Equality triumphed, and America triumphed. Her campaign issued a statement Friday in support of the decision and touted it on social media. It is likely to be a boon for Democrats in a general election. She praised the Supreme Court for upholding the Obamacare subsidies in states with federal-run exchanges, and called on all states to accept funding for Medicaid expansion.
Remember When Hillary Clinton Was Against Gay Marriage?
Hillary Clinton endorses same-sex marriage
Hillary Clinton didn't refrain from supporting same-sex marriage for political reasons—before last year, she earnestly believed that marriage equality should be denied to gays and lesbians. The admission is easily the most significant in the interview with the former senator, secretary of State, and presidential candidate, though much of the subsequent media attention has focused on the perception that there was a "heated exchange" where Clinton "lashed out" at her interviewer. In a primary, Clinton could be forced to explain a longtime position that a significant part of that Democratic political coalition now views as suspect or even bigoted. Most famously, the Silicon Valley left forced the ouster of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich for a donation he made to an anti-gay-marriage ballot initiative. That same year, Clinton ran for president while openly opposing gay marriage.
March 18, -- Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has formally announced her support of same-sex marriage in a video released by the Human Rights Campaign on Monday. In the six minute address, a well-rested Mrs. Clinton speaks directly to the camera, outlining the case for the legalization of gay marriage. That includes marriage. The announcement from Clinton comes just after a high profile Republican, Sen.
Posted on April 17, Clinton, who is running for president, said she hoped that same-sex marriage became a constitutional right. Clinton told The San Francisco Examiner. Clinton said while running for the Senate in New York.