Kris Miccio

Sturm College of Law

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Professor at Sturm College of Law in Denver, Colorado; a rabbi and proponent of gay marriage

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The federal Defense of Marriage Act was cobbled together in 1996, after the Supreme Court of Hawaii suggested there might be a right to same-sex marriage.

State Laws, Federal Laws and the Institution of Marriage

The federal Defense of Marriage Act was cobbled together in 1996, after the Supreme Court of Hawaii suggested there might be a right to same-sex marriage.

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