Thomson ReutersJune 26, 2013 04:04
By Lawrence Hurley
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A day after deciding two major cases on gay marriage, the U.S. Supreme Court declined on Thursday to take up two more cases on the issue.
The cases concerned Nevada's ban on same-sex marriage, and an Arizona law that denies state benefits to domestic partners.
The court, which rejects the vast majority of cases that come before it, declined to hear the cases without comment.