'Respect for Marriage' bill introduced in U.S. House

Democrats from the US House hope to repeal the Defense Of Marriage Act with a bill of their own: the "Respect for Marriage" Act.
The "Respect for Marriage" bill hopes to repeal the Defense for Marriage Act.
The "Respect for Marriage" bill hopes to repeal the Defense for Marriage Act.

Ninety House Democrats are supporting a bill to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act, a law signed by President Bill Clinton in 1996 and continues today to deny same-sex married couples federal recognition and benefits.

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