Roots of Supreme Court decision overturning DOMA are in Massachusetts

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The Supreme Court’s decision on Wednesday to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act not only overturned what Congress did nearly two decades earlier, but also underscored how the country has been transformed on the issue in the decade after Massachusetts became the first state to legalize gay marriage.

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