On the final day before the Supreme Court went on summer break, the court ruled that the Defense of Marriage Act — a federal law that denies federal recognition of same-sex marriages — was unconstitutional.
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Bob Barr has changed his position on the Defense of Marriage Act over the years. -- State Rep. Ed Lindsey, R-Atlanta, in a June 26 news release