An important Obama administration decision that could, eventually, affect many queer families in the US: http://www.hrcbackstory.org/2011/02/administration-drops-defense-of-discriminatory-doma-law/
Michael Signorili claims that "Congress now has a few weeks to decide if it wants to defend DOMA in court instead. If it does not, DOMA is dead."
Great news, Cejae--thanks for sharing it. The part about the defense being taken up for anti-LGBT members of Congress is a bit terrifying, but it is much better than if the president had defended it.
Partner of 17 yrs to DP, Mommy to 10-yr-old Z , and Lilah Nyx, born 7/24/11 .
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