Biden called gay marriage 'inevitable' and soon it'll be law
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden will soon sign legislation to protect gay unions even if the U.S.
Supreme Court revisits its ruling supporting a nationwide right of same-sex couples to marry.
It's the latest piece of Biden's legacy on gay rights, which includes his unexpected endorsement of marriage equality on national television a decade ago when he was vice president.
Although gay marriage is no longer as contentious as it once was, Biden will be signing the new law amid a backlash on the right over issues of gender identity.
That's heightened fears about the durability of the country's changes on civil rights and other issues, too.