First, unlike a few of the more controversial judicial efforts that we’ve seen in Wisconsin of late, it is not a bad piece of lawyering. It’s well written and fulsome. It does a reasonably good job of making the case that can be made for constitutional recognition of same sex unions.
Second, it is a tour de force of the presumptions and preferences of the legal left. In that regard, it would be a wonderful teaching tool to illustrate just how legal “progressives” think. That is not an allegation (I have a set of beliefs too), but an observation.