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What’s Next for Immigration Equality Post-DOMA

By , August 14th, 2013 | 5th Amendment, Civil Rights, Government, Hispanic, Hot Button Topics, Immigration, Interview, Legal, New York, Same-Sex Marriage | 0 Comments

For your Wednesday “hump day” cubicle viewing pleasure, here is a follow-up video clip to last week’s article on implementation of the U.S. Supreme Court’s DOMA ruling. Immigration Equality staff attorney Tom Plummer elaborates on the role of non-profit organization in the aftermath of the June 26, 2013 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Defense of Marriage Act case United States v. Windsor.

What’s Next for Immigration Equality Post-DOMA from Tom Arana-Wolfe on Vimeo.

For more on the issue, check out the related article Supreme Court DOMA Ruling Gets Married Couples Visa, Highlights Civil Union Inadequacies.

 

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