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12/07/2012

Marriage (in)equality will have its day in (Supreme) Court

by Jeremy Hooper

The Supreme Court has granted review of both Proposition8 and DOMA (Windsor case) http://t.co/mgcyBOiT

Eek. More to come.

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The orders:

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***Reminder: DOMA is largely a Family Research Council production

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