OLYMPIA, Wash. — Washington’s high court was the third court in July to block efforts by homosexual activists to force recognition of “same-sex marriage.” In a 5–4 ruling July 26, the court upheld the state’s Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), overturning two lower court rulings that declared the legislation unconstitutional. Consideration of the case began when 19 homosexual couples filed…
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