William C. Duncan: Bankruptcy Court Goes After DOMA
William C. Duncan at National Review Online: The most recent, decided yesterday in the Central District of California, is the most sweeping. It concluded that a same-sex couple married in California could file a joint bankruptcy petition because the law that would have prevented the joint petition, DOMA, was unconstitutional as a violation of the Fifth Amendment’s due-process clause. Ed Whelan has already written about it at Bench Memos . . .