President Joe Biden applauds the approval of the Respect for Marriage Act by the US House.

US President Joe Biden has praised the passage of the Respect for Marriage Act . The bill passed in the US House of Representatives on Thursday .

Washington, December 9: The passage of the Respect for Marriage Act in the House of Representatives has been lauded by US President Joe Biden.Biden said in a tweet that today, Congress took a crucial step to ensure that Americans have the right to marry the person they love.This comes after the US House passed legislation to protect same-sex and interracial marriage on Thursday.According to CNN, the bill has been sent to US President Joe Biden's desk for his signature in order to become a statute.The House vote was 258 to 169, with 39 Republicans joining Democrats in favor of the bill.

Joe Biden said in a tweet issued by the White House that the Houses bipartisan passage of the bill by a large margin would provide certainty to LGBTQI+ and interracial couples, who now have the rights and privileges on which they and their children are entitled.Jill and I are reminded of the brave couples and tireless supporters who campaigned for national marriage equality at the Supreme Court and in Congress on this day, Joe Biden said, We must never stop battling for equal opportunity for LGBTQI+ Americans and all Americans.After the Supreme Courts Dobbs decision, Congress has restored a measure of stability to millions of families and marriages, according to US President Joe Biden.The Houses decision has given millions of young people hope and dignity in the United States.

We must combat bigoted extremism and uphold the integrity of same-sex and interracial marriages, Nancy Pelosi said.She noted that once signed into law, right-wing militants will be barred from upending the lives of loving couples and traumatizing children around the country.Pelosi also stated that the bill would take steps to ensure marriage equality under federal law.We stand up today for the ideals that the vast majority of Americans hold dear, namely, a conviction in the beauty, the divinity, and the spirit of divinity, in everyone, and an unexplained love for one another that is so powerful that it bonds two people together, not to mention that the bill does not make a national guarantee that same-sex marriage may be legalized in all states.

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