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909) In any event, this federal constitutional interpretation question is beside the point: Windsor's challenge to DOMA did not raise the question of whether the federal constitution required that same-sex couples be allowed to marry, for she was validly married under state law.
I submit that the definition of marriage, at least in the broad context of DOMA, is one of those instances.
In both the Oklahoma and Utah decisions, the judges drew their conclusions heavily from the DOMA decision.
In ruling Section 3 of DOMA unconstitutional, the Court ordered the federal government to recognize same-sex marriages if a state recognizes them.
org) the DOMA Project , the Florida couple was the first to have their green card petition approved and several more could be on the way in the near future.
We have supported DOMA precisely because of Section 2 and our belief that states should be free to define marriage as they will.
Many waved rainbow colored flags to honking cars while chanting, "DOMA, DOMA.
According to ABC News, Google had rolled out this feature a month back but many users are discovering it only now due to the ruling about Proposition 8 and DOMA.
An enormous cheer went up as word arrived that DOMA had been struck down.
The case was brought by Edie Windsor, represented by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the law firm Paul Weiss, challenging Section 3 of DOMA which required her to pay $363,000 in estate taxes after her partner and spouse of over 40 years passed away.
The main question before the High Court regarding the DOMA is whether federal law should ban homosexual couples from enjoying the benefits derived from federal laws that heretofore have only applied to traditional married couples.
I lead with them because of the relevance of antipathy to the Supreme Court's Romer opinion and to contemporary efforts either to apply or distinguish Romer in the Windsor litigation over DOMA.