ACLU Client Edie Windsor Sees Promise in Obama Administration's DOMA Decision

ACLU Client Edie Windsor Responds to Obama Administration's DOMA Decision

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ACLU client Edie Windsor reflects on the Department of Justice announcement that it would not defend the constitutionality of Section Three of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in court.

 

 

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