It seems every month—if not more frequently—a new court is striking down a same-sex marriage ban. In some cases, those are state courts—and in others, they’re the federal appellate courts. It’s the latter that’s relevant here, as we now have the vaunted circuit split with the Sixth Circuit upholding same-sex marriage bans in four states, likely signaling Supreme Court review of the matter.

To explain the Sixth Circuit‘s ruling and why the Supreme Court taking a look is likely, we bring Steve Delchin back on LXBN TV. Delchin is an attorney with Squire Patton Boggs and author on the firm’s Sixth Circuit Appellate Blog.