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  • A Year After DOMA, These Couples Choose Both Love And Country

    (CNN) -- A year ago, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a key section of the Defense of Marriage Act or DOMA, a 1996 law that recognized legal marriage as being between a man and a woman. The June 26, 2013, ruling in Windsor v. United States afforded equal federal rights and protections to married same-sex couples.

  • Federal Judge Stalls Obama's Executive Action on Immigration

    A federal judge in South Texas on Monday temporarily blocked President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration, giving a coalition of 26 states time to pursue a lawsuit that aims to permanently stop the orders.

  • Forbidden: New doc focuses on a queer Latino undocumented immigrant

    On Friday Sept. 1 LOGO, in partnership with the American Civil Liberties Union, will present the new documentary "Forbidden: Undocumented and Queer in Rural America."

  • Love Wins In Gay Couple's 40-Year Immigration Fight

    CNN Editor's note: This story contains language that some people might find offensive.

    (CNN) -- Anthony Sullivan was a young Australian with Robert Redford looks. Richard Adams emigrated from the Philippines as a child and became an American citizen. The two met in Los Angeles, fell in love and got married in Boulder, Colorado -- long before any state legalized same-sex marriage.

  • Man Seeks Green Card After American Husband Dies

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — An Australian man widowed by his American husband of more than three decades made a renewed pitch Monday for a green card after the Obama administration eased policies on gay marriage.

  • New York City Launches Municipal ID Card Program

    NEW YORK -- New York City has launched its municipal identification card program, the largest in the country, which officials say will allow immigrants living in the country illegally to access key city services they were previously unable to obtain.

  • Same Sex Marriage and Immigration Issues

    Latinos Salud hosted an informal panel discussion on LGBT immigration issues last month. Esther Pereira and Ana Silva of the Immigrant Assistance Center (IAC) along with Barry Butin of the ACLU made up the panel. Despite a relative lack of publicity, about 40 people attended this event.

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