By Justin Sink
Last month, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments challenging the constitutionality of DOMA. In oral arguments, Justice Anthony Kennedy — thought to be the swing vote on the Court — signaled he was skeptical of the law, questioning “whether the federal government has the authority to regulate marriage."
Commissioners sympathetic to the ability of same-sex couples suggested that lawyers bring the case back to the FEC after the Supreme Court rules.
"Come on back," said commissioner Steven Walther, according to the Post.