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The Supreme Court struck down the core of the so-called Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), and the freedom to marry has been restored in California. Here's everything you need to know.

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Read our blog to keep updated on the latest news and analysis about marriage at the Supreme Court.

After DOMA: What it Means for You

Fact sheets created by 11 LGBT organizations to help you.

Meet Our Experts

Lambda Legal has a distinguished team of senior attorneys with significant experience at the Supreme Court.



Everything California Same-Sex Couples Need to Know About Getting Married

Lambda Legal, Equality California, the ACLU and the National Center for Lesbian Rights have released a fact sheet with frequently asked questions.


Audio Recap: Victory at the Supreme Court!

Listen to Lambda Legal's Decision Day Teleconference, featuring in-depth analysis on the decisions in DOMA and Prop 8.

From Criminals to Newlyweds in 10 Years

The Supreme Court issued its rulings on the two historic marriage cases on June 26, 2013. That's 10 years to the day since Lambda Legal’s landmark victory in Lawrence v. Texas, striking down all remaining state sodomy laws.

The Freedom to Marry: Why the Courts?

"Activist judges"? Here's a timely and handy guide to separate facts from myths.


Our Arguments for Equality

Read the friend-of-the-court briefs we submitted to the Supreme Court in the Prop 8 and DOMA cases.