J D Supra.com has a piece by Scott Legal Services PC that addresses the Immigration consequences following from the fall of DOMA. “One of the key policy drivers behind Immigration law is family unification and several aspects of the law provide for preferential immigration treatment for spouses.” Under DOMA this aspect of the Law was put aside for Gay and Lesbian couples. (READ MORE)
Geoffery R. Stone of The University of Chicago Law School writes The reasonable expectation of “privacy” has evolved since the Court coined the concept in 1967 – and Obama’s actions have respected that expectation. (Read More)
SupremeCourt.com the full text of United States v. Windsor striking down DOMA (in Part).
Not good enough, but ….Reuters — Some House Republicans signaled they would offer a way for the 11 million illegal immigrants already in the country to get legal status that could be portrayed as something other than a pathway to citizenship.
This is worth reading. Nothing is More Expensive than a Cheap Lawyer
An Interesting Article by Nicolas Stephanopoulos of The University of Chicago