DOMA is still missing from DNC civil rights page

It’s been a day, they had time to fix it. They chose not to. DOMA is still missing from the new DNC page listing the party’s top promises to our community. More here.

As an aside, the page also says that Democrats are committed to “ensuring civil unions” for LGBT couples. That’s new. What exactly is the Democratic party, the White House, and the leadership in Congress doing to ensure that we get a nationwide system of civil unions for gay couples? I do believe that’s a new promise. I’d love to hear what their plans on for passing such legislation.

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