Chicago Courts blocks administration from enforcing sanctuary laws

The judge cited a Supreme Court ruling stating that the federal government cannot block state governments from passing their own laws.

Does this same ruling apply to homosexual marriage and abortion? 

If not, why not. 

Chicago Courts blocks administration from enforcing sanctuary laws

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  1. . Nope. There’s no way to throw homo marriage back to the states to enable state bans. Abortion laws will continue to be more and more restrictive until they cross the non-viability line and get overturned due to violating “undue burden”.

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