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916) Similar to Justice Alito, he observes that the majority does not and could not--contend that same-sex marriage is "deeply rooted" so that "a world in which DOMA exists is one bereft of 'ordered liberty.
The definitional issue, as I have said, transcends the immediate controversy over DOMA.
In those cases, evolving public opinion toward marriage equality and advocate campaigns factored heavily; for the court rulings, connecting the dots leads back to DOMA.
Same-sex spouses who filed separate federal income tax returns in the past due to DOMA should consider filing amended returns.
The DOMA Project has filed at least 100 green card petitions for gay couples and said Marsh's petition for Popov's green card was approved on June 28 at 3:45 p.
By the time a federal court struck down DOMA in 2012 and ordered Ms.
Both said the DOMA ruling is a good thing, but that it took too long for the court to get there.
While the ruling on DOMA was clearcut, questions remained about what exactly the Proposition 8 ruling will mean on the ground.
DOMA instructs all federal officials, and indeed all persons with whom same-sex couples interact, including their own children, that their marriage is less worthy than the marriages of others.
While nearly all media outlets framed the debate over the DOMA as liberal same-sex "marriage" advocates versus conservative proponents of traditional marriage, completely left out of the discussion was the option that former Congressman Ron Paul has advocated for years--keeping all government out of the issue of marriage entirely.
This formulation in the ABA brief has parallels in the marriage equality litigation concerning not only DOMA but also Prop 8.
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