WASHINGTON — A new page on the Supreme Court’s website is one of the clearest signs from the court that the staff know just how big the cases challenging the Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Proposition 8 are going to be.
The cases, which were accepted by the court in December, are not expected to be heard by the court until late March. Filings in the cases, however, begin Jan. 22.
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