Last week, I wrote about the possibility that Obama's administration has to be able to give its view to Supreme Court, which has to rule on marriage equality in California and on cases challenging the section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which says marriage is a only an union between a man and a woman.
In a Friday filing, a lawyer of the administration, Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, urged the Supreme Court to kill DOMA!
Certain Republicans are not supporting the Defense Of Marriage Act (DOMA) anymore.
During a House Appropriations Legislative Branch subcommittee hearing on the fiscal 2013 budget request for several government agencies, a battle between Democrats and Republicans on DOMA started.
One learned today that President Barack Obama could intervene and ask the U.S. Supreme Court to repeal marriage equality ban in California.
Until now, Republican candidates did not employ the expression 'gay marriage' to keep the votes of certain republicans in favor of equality marriage. They were all advocating about the "traditional" marriage. For the first time, Mitt Romney openly refers to gay marriage to have some social voters.
The New Yorker proposes an assessment on the victories of the LGBT community and on President Obama.
As planned, the judges of the US Supreme Court met Friday in order to decide if they agreed to hear the cases against the defense of marriage act (DOMA) and against the bans on marriage equality in US states but for the present, no decision has been made.
The Supreme Court finally announces a date for its decision making on Prop 8.
And 5! A fifth court ruled DOMA unconstitutional.
New victory for our community in the United States! A federal judge indeed ruled that the state of Kentucky recognizes same-sex marriages performed in other states.