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04/27/2011

If anyone should understand family protection in federal law, it's Viet Dinh

by Jeremy Hooper

The firm he founded, Bancroft PLLC, has chosen to defend DOMA/take on DOMA defender Paul Clement as a client. So that being the case, we want to ask Viet Dinh to just consider a few things about America. And family. And the ongoing struggle to protect the same.

This from NY Times columnist Anthony lewis, circa 1993:

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"An American story."

"Congress...fulminating."

A family "struggling for themselves and making this country better."

Do you not see any connection, Mr. Dinh? Really?

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