The federal government shouldn't interfere in people's private lives. And it shouldn't legislate who can and cannot enter into a loving, committed relationship.
But that's exactly what it does right now. The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) denies federal benefits to same-sex couples, even if they're legally married in their own states.
It's not fair. And there's a growing movement to see DOMA overturned. For the first time, a majority of Senators are standing up for marriage equality. And I wanted to give you the opportunity to join us.
It's time to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act. Click here to add your name in support of marriage equality.
In Montana, we believe in personal freedom. We believe the government shouldn't interfere in the people's private business.
Overturning DOMA will give same-sex couples, married legally in their states, equal rights under federal law. Add your name.
Thank you for your support to help end marriage discrimination.