"Suppose a couple, a 70-year-old couple, comes in and they want to get married," Justice Ginsburg said, to laughter in the courtroom. "You don't have to ask them any questions. You know they are not going to have any children."
"All of the incentives, all of the benefits that marriage affords, would still be available. So you're not taking anything away from heterosexual couples," Justice Ginsburg said.