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What Brought Down the Defense of Marriage Act?

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By deeming the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unconstitutional, five justices of the Supreme Court rewrote more than a thousand federal laws that were written with the traditional definition of marriage in mind. Mario Diaz, Esq., Legal Counsel for Concerned Women for America, provides a clear explanation of what unfurled at the Supreme Court.