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Breaking News: U.S Supreme Court To Hear Proposition 8 Case

by The Next Family December 07, 2012

By: The Next Family

The high court will consider marriage equality for gay and lesbian Americans.  Today the U.S Superme Court issued an order granting review of Hollingsworth vs. Perry (formerly Perry v. Brown), the federal constitutional challenge to California’s proposition 8 and the review of US v. Windsor, a challenge to the constutionality of the federal Defense Of Marriage Act (DOMA).

The Next Family will keep you updated as we get more information.

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