With decisions last month in two high-profile cases in which we participated, and two Lambda Legal cases cued up for possible review next term, never before have we had so much at stake in a short period on the biggest legal stage in the country.
More than 130 members of Congress—plus dozens of companies, unions, bar associations, legal scholars and historians—are urging the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to find the so-called Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional.
In a decision released today, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld key provisions in the Affordable Care Act. Lambda Legal issued the following statement from Scott Schoettes, HIV Project Director for Lambda Legal:
Where were you, nine years ago today, when the Supreme Court finally held that state laws criminalizing private sexual intimacy among consenting adults were unconstitutional in Lambda Legal’s historic victory, Lawrence v. Texas?