How DOMA falls is important too

Linda Greenhouse writes that the Supreme Court could conceivably strike down the Defense of Marriage Act not because it violates the Constitution's equal protection clause, but because it infringes on the rights of the nine states that allow same-sex couples to marry. That outcome would be "a truly bad idea" that could "snatch away the promise [of marriage equality] for those living elsewhere," Greenhouse writes.

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