Last month, Houston lawyer Mitchell Katine spent hours waiting in the cold and the rain so he could get inside the U.S. Supreme Court to watch two historic arguments in cases that could determine how the federal government treats the unions of same-sex couples. "A lot of people are asking me, including my children," Katine says. "And they want to know when Daddy and Papi can get married."
DOMA Dilemma: What Could U.S. Supreme Court Decisions Mean for Texas?
April 8, 2013
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