Post Tagged with: "DOMA"
Decision from IRS, Treasury Dept. wasn’t a guarantee after the Supreme Court’s overturning of DOMA.
Two separate opinions open door for California couples to marry and all legal same-gender marriages to be recognized by the federal government.
A look at statistics from the latest surveys of the LGBT community released by the Pew Research Center.
SCOTUS is weighing overturning the Defense of Marriage Act. Are comparisons to racism and civil-rights laws helping?
Americans’ support for same-gender marriage has gone viral. Which images best show your support?
Why is SCOTUS hesitant to allow same-gender couples the right to marry to supersede states’ bans? Here are the factors—and outcomes—that could sway justices’ decisions.
Shifting public attitudes pressure Republicans to reassess their platform on marriage equality.
Is this new policy indicative of how the Supreme Court will rule on DOMA this summer?
Because of the lack of federal recognition of their unions, same-gender couples face significant financial-planning challenges.
The Supreme Court will determine the scope of same-gender marriage in groundbreaking cases it will hear next year.
A New York federal appeals court has rejected the federal Defense of Marriage Act. The Supreme Court will have the final say on this later this term.
The federal court decision striking down parts of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is a major civil-rights victory for advocates supporting diversity and inclusion. With President Obama and more leaders of the Black community on board, marriage equality is gaining momentum rapidly.