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

  • SteveK

    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.

  • ordinarysparrow

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

  • Rambie

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

  • ShannonLeee

    They should call it the Defense of Religious Intolerance Act

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