Interest group: DOMA

Rep. Mark Pocan details some of the struggles and successes on the road to marriage equality, and the work yet to be done.

Congressman Mark Pocan stands outside of the United States Supreme Court on June 26 as the decision striking down the Defense of Marriage Act is announced.

Attorney Christopher Krimmer explains the hundreds of marriage rights now available to same-sex spouses who live in Wisconsin.

Attorney Michele Perreault reports on how the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act will affect LGBT couples in Wisconsin.

Linda Ketcham looks at how ensuring better educational opportunities for everyone also improves support for LGBTQ issues.

Dr. Sue Gill reminds us that “Where you put your energy, that’s what grows.”

Michele Perreault forecasts how two big marriage equality lawsuits could play out before the Supreme Court in June.

Wegner CPAs’ Peter M. Oettinger, CPA, partner, and Audrey Wipperfurth, CPA, staff accountant, explain what impact it may have on married same-sex couples’ taxes.

Tamara Packard explores the changing landscape of opposition to and support for marriage equality nationwide and right here in Wisconsin.

Rep. Mark Pocan reflects on his first term in Congress and the successes and challenges that lay both behind and ahead.

The 113th Congress freshmen class

Attorney Meghan Roed looks at the possible outcomes of the Supreme Court’s marriage equality case and notes how the fight for
LGBTQ equality will not end there, one way or another.