Appeals Court Strikes DOMA Section 3

Another appeals court has found that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act, which says that the federal government only recognizes marriage between a man and a woman, is unconstitutional.

Section 2, which says that states do not have to recognize marriages from other states remains valid, though I think it even more clearly invalid myself.

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Author: PATRICK EDABURN, Assistant Editor

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  1. That’s great… It’s nice to see there are a few adults in the room.

    As slamfu said so well yesterday in another thread:

    If the liberals have their way, here is how your life changes with regards to hot topic social issues like abortions and gay marriage. Not at all.

  2. good to read this…..”the times they are a changing”

  3. Maybe someday I’ll be able to legally marry my husband of 17-years.

  4. They should call it the Defense of Religious Intolerance Act

    Any law that calls for the defense of marriage… needs to outlaw divorce.

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