2d Circuit rules DOMA unconstitutional; pdf available

Multiple news sources announce today that the 2d Circuit has ruled the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional.

12-2335-cv(L)

[click here for PDF of the decision] Windsor v. United States

[link now works: 6 :22pm 18 Oct 2012.]
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2 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
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4 FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT
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6 August Term, 2012
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9 (Argued: September 27, 2012 Decided: October 18, 2012)
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11 Docket No. 12-2335-cv(L); 12-2435(Con)
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15 EDITH SCHLAIN WINDSOR, IN HER OFFICIAL CAPACITY AS EXECUTOR
16 OF THE ESTATE OF THEA CLARA SPYER,
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18 Plaintiff-Appellee,
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22 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
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24 Defendant-Appellant,
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28 BIPARTISAN LEGAL ADVISORY GROUP OF THE UNITED STATES HOUSE
29 OF REPRESENTATIVES,
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31 Intervenor-Defendant-Appellant.

Food for Fines is Back! October 22nd-November 9th!

October 22nd-November 9th | Food For Fines

The library will accept nonperishable food, in place of money, for your library fines. Stop by Circulation or check your library account to see what your fines are; fines are not negotiable.

Fines less than $10     = 1 Non-Perishable Food Item
Fines $10-$30              = 2 Non-Perishable Food Items
Fines more than $30  = 3 Non-Perishable Food Items