Ding dong! The DOMA3 is dead…

I should probably write something extremely meaningful about today’s events. But in all honesty, I’m just hoping that one day soon I can LEGALLY marry my Husbear of almost 16 years here in Arkansas—where we have family, property, and businesses together, yet ZERO “native” protection when something happens to one of us.

For those of you who now have those protections extended to you, I am happy for you.

Baby steps, I know.

Until next time...
Erik

5 thoughts on “Ding dong! The DOMA3 is dead…

  1. it’s a baby step yes.
    I suspect like “Roe vs. Wade” those who are opposed to today’s decisions will find indirect ways to get around it.

  2. Rainbow Law – they’re great and have very affordable packages suited to your state and municipality. We had a great experience with them.

  3. I was in law school when DOMA passed and at first read I said, this has to be unconstitutional. The section on interstate recognition will be the next federal litigation. We are comming up on 21 years, and thinking about looking at property in Maryland, Virginia is an “ammentment” state.
    DG

    1. I don’t know- my husband and I live in northern Alabama (the nice part, where they build the space station). We married in Seattle two weeks ago. It’s hard to fathom this state ever relinquishing their constitutional amendment willingly.

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