Listed below are links to friend-of-the-court briefs (amici curiae) that have been filed in support of traditional marriage.
CLICK HERE for friend-of-the-court brief that Wisconsin Family Action is a part of.
CLICK HERE for friend-of-the-court brief that Wisconsin Representative Glenn Grothman (R-CD6) signed on to.
CLICK HERE for friend-of-the-court brief from Republican national leaders.
CLICK HERE for group of 100 marriage scholars who project the consequences of redefining marriage. (via ADF)
CLICK HERE for group of scholars who support the welfare of women, children and underprivileged populations that offer projections about the long-term effects of redefining marriage. (via ADF)
CLICK HERE for a group of 15 states whose citizens have affirmed marriage as the union of a man and woman that discusses the importance of permitting the people of each state to determine the future of marriage themselves. (via ADF)
CLICK HERE for a group of 57 members of the US Senate and House of Representatives that explain that well-established federalism principles, which exist to preserve individual liberty, foreclose efforts to use the Constitution to redefine marriage in all 50 states. (via ADF)
CLICK HERE for a group of major religious organizations, including the National Association of Evangelicals and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, that debunks the fallacious claim that ill-will toward same-sex couples motivate man-woman marriage laws, and their brief explains that constitutionally redefining marriage poses a grave threat to religious liberty. (via ADF)
CLICK HERE for a group of organizations and scholars led by the American College of Pediatricians that shows that of the eight total large-scale studies that purport to evaluate the welfare of children raised by same-sex couples, the four most recent “find that children with same-sex parents suffer substantially reduced well-being.” (via ADF)
CLICK HERE for a group of 21 same-sex-attracted men and their wives that discusses the harm that a ruling against the challenged marriage laws would have on them and their families.
CLICK HERE for a complete list of current friend-of-the-court briefs filed both for and against traditional marriage.