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Windsor was the plaintiff in a case that overturned the Defense of Marriage Act, allowing residents of states that recognized gay marriage to get federal marriage benefits.
The artist says, "It's amazing to witness how attitudes on gay rights have evolved in my lifetime. This is great for our kids, a moment we can all celebrate."
Asked what she thought her late wife would have said had she been there, Windsor replied, "She would have said, 'You did it, honey!'"
Of course, it's totally ironic since Boehner hates gay marriage.
U.S. District Judge Barbara Jones struck down a key part of DOMA yesterday, ruling that the Act's efforts to define marriage "intrude upon the states' business of regulating domestic relations."
New York's Attorney General has filed a brief against the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) arguing that it violates the right to equal protection under the law for gay and lesbian couples.
Awww, cute sticker (bitchcakesny's flickr). It is not a bad day
The day after the President and U.S. Attorney General declared they
Hot on the heels of the December repeal of Don't Ask, Don't
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