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05/31/2012

First Circuit panel declares DOMA unconstitutional; affirms precedent set by court of 'no duh'

by Jeremy Hooper

Breaking now:


BREAKING: TWO REPUBLICAN JUDGES DECLARE DOMA UNCONSTITUTIONAL | A three judge panel of The United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit just handed down a decision declaring the anti-gay Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional.
[MORE: ThinkProgress]
The opinion: http://www.ca1.uscourts.gov/pdf.opinions/10-2204P-01A.pdf

The decision is stayed. The momentum is anything but stalled.

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