Defense of Marriage Act

Legal Lesson: The importance of DOMA being struck down

With a key piece of DOMA declared unconstitutional, couples where one person was previously removed from the United States have reason to hope that they can reunite with their partner.

DOMA heroine Edith Winsor to headline Constitution Day luncheon

Edith Windsor, the winning plaintiff in the landmark case in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was unconstitutional, will be one of the guests at a Constitution Day event on Sept. 17.

U.S. gays face challenges serving abroad

A gay civilian defense worker from the U.S. cannot live with his husband in Japan because of a 53-year-old agreement.