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  •  I mean, I know that's what DOMA does (1+ / 0-)
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    on the Federal level, but does it allow the states to ignore the Full Faith and Credit Clause when marriage is involved?

    Hwær cwom mearg? Hwær cwom mago? Hwær cwom maþþumgyfa? Hwær cwom symbla gesetu? Hwær sindon seledreamas?
    Eala beorht bune! Eala byrnwiga! Eala þeodnes þrym!

    by Alea iacta est on Fri Jun 22, 2012 at 10:56:37 AM PDT

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    •  No. (1+ / 0-)
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      But the Supreme Court allows states to ignore the FF&CC in certain instances involving marriage (e.g., age, IIRC), and the fear is that if a suit were brought on that basis it would lose.

      So no one has yet pushed a suit along those lines, relying more on 14th amendment arguments.

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