Same-sex marriage up next for Supreme Court review

The New York Times reports that the “next constitutional blockbuster” for the Supreme Court “is a rematch between the main lawyers in the health care case, and it replays some of the same themes,” but “the issue is same-sex marriage. The question, again, is whether a federal law — this time the Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA — passes constitutional muster. ‘Until DOMA is repealed or invalidated,’ explained Walter Dellinger, who was acting United States solicitor general in the Clinton administration, ‘no gay couple is fully married.’

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