Well, slightly late with the news on this, but the Defence of Marriage Act has been declared unconstitutional by various district courts, possibly prompting the Supreme Court to take the case and make a decision on it.
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So, yall's thoughts?
Mine are that this act is unconstitutional because it violates the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment. It also, is unconstitutional because another part of the law violates the 14th amendment yet again (When it says states don't have to recognize the legal status of the marriage, even though it was legal in a different state), also the equal protection clause, I think.
This discussion is only about the legality/constitutionality of said act (DOMA), do not drag it off-topic with discussions of religion or sexuality, as discussing those topics are against the rules here.
Let the discussions commence!