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Commentary: How DOMA affects my Navy family

Same-sex military families should be given the same benefits, rights, and access to support and services that are afforded to everyone else. To deny us this, is not just inhumane, it is shameful.

More states call for DOMA to be declared unconstitutional

The state of Vermont on Friday joined New York and Connecticut in asking a federal appeals court to rule that the law defining marriage as between a man and a woman is unconstitutional.

Prop 8, DOMA cases distributed for Sept. 24 conference at U.S. Supreme Court

If the Court denies the petition, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision stands, and Proposition 8 will be invalidated, though the case won’t set a nationwide precedent. If they decide to review the case, they’ll reach a final decision on the merits at the end of June 2013.

DOMA loses yet again in court

U.S. District Court Judge Vanessa L. Bryant today held in a federal case in Connecticut that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act — the federal definition of marriage — is unconstitutional.

Lesbian, 83, petitions U.S. Supreme Court to hear her DOMA case

On Monday, lawyers filed a petition on behalf of Edith "Edie" Windsor, an 83-year-old lesbian from New York, asking the Supreme Court to review her case, thus bypassing a second round in the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, where the case is scheduled to appear next.