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Same-sex marriage, contraception, could they be next?

WASHINGTON – When the Supreme Court delivers its decision next year in Mississippi’s successful challenge against Roe v. Wade, the bulk of the decision will center on interpreting what the Constitution says – or doesn’t say – about abortion.

But just below the surface of this already loaded debate lurk questions about other rights, experts say, that could be involved if the High Court overturns its landmark Roe ruling, including access to contraception and the legality of same-sex marriage.

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