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Video: ‘We won everything we asked and hoped for’ says Edith Windsor, anti-DOMA champion

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  1. Overjoyed for Mrs Windsor, who recently turned 84. May this day and this ruling serve as a fine memorial to her beloved late wife.

    The ruling also sets down some strong principles of due process and fairness and makes a strong inference of LGBT people requiring the kind of scrutiny under the Constitution that could, hopefully soon, lead to federal protected class status.

  2. Overjoyed for Mrs Windsor, who recently turned 84. May this day and this ruling serve as a fine memorial to her beloved late wife.

    The ruling also sets down some strong principles of due process and fairness and makes a strong inference of LGBT people requiring the kind of scrutiny under the Constitution that could, hopefully soon, lead to federal protected class status.

  3. Mihangel apYrs 27 Jun 2013, 9:12am

    I would point out that it didn’t address all the inequalities, such as the legal and other impediments that certain states have created.

    Still, it was a very good result: it just means that there is another battle to win.

    Blessings to Ms Windsor: your other half would have been proud…

  4. “previously only available to straight people when their spouses die” no, pink news. Pretending bisexuals don’t exist again and adding to our invisibility in Supposedly LGBT contexts as well as mainstream ones? Previously only available to those in opposite sex marriages when their spouses die.

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