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But if Texas is entitled to decide who among its people gets all the benefits of marriage, New Hampshire should have the same right. Right now, it doesn't. Under DOMA, the federal government respects state authority to do only what it approves, which is a pitiful kind of sovereignty.
Getting rid of DOMA would be a recognition that America has room for more than one policy on same-sex marriage. The bad news is the people of the 50 states may never agree on the issue. The good news is we don't have to.
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