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05/06/2010

Get off my ring ringer, DOMA!

by Jeremy Hooper

It's a historic day in Boston, where Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) will represent eight married same-sex couples and three widowers in Federal District Court, as they work to to challenge Section 3 of the so-called "Defense of Marriage Act." This from GLAD's Mary Bonauto:


*MORE: Challenging Federal Marriage Discrimination [GLAD]

The case is Gill et al. v. Office of Personnel Management. But you can just call it: Basic Rights of Citizenship v. Historical Pockmark That Never Should Have Happened in the First Place.

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