United States v. Windsor, 570 U.S. ___ (2013) (Docket No. 12-307), is a
landmark civil rights case in which the United States Supreme Court held that
Edith Windsor and Thea Spyer married in Toronto in 2007 where same-sex
marriages were legal. At the time of Spyer's death, the state of New York
United States v. Windsor. Linked with: Windsor v. United States .... Jan 29 2013,
Brief amicus curiae of Concerned Women for America (Merits) filed. (Distributed).
By: Hollis J. Fishman, Esq. The recent Supreme Court decision in United States v.
Windsor ensures significant changes for same-sex couples. Of course, the ...
Windsor and Spyer, two women, married in Canada in 2007. Their home state,
New York, recognized the marriage. Spyer died in 2009 and left her estate to ...
Oct 18, 2012 ... Case opinion for US 2nd Circuit WINDSOR v. ... UNITED STATES of America,
Defendant–Appellant, Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group of the ...
Summary of United States v. Windsor Decision. In United States v. Windsor, the
Supreme Court held Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) ...
The 2013 Supreme Court case of United States v. Windsor involved two women,
New York residents Edith Windsor and Thea Spyer. Windsor and Spyer had ...
Jun 29, 2013 ... Reactions to the Supreme Court decision in Windsor v. United States lawsuit. ... "
SCOTUS" refers to the Supreme Court of the United States .... on the people and
legislatures of the fifty states in our United States of America.