The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act is constitutional. Under DOMA, no state is required to recognize a same-sex marriage from another state.
That is wrong. America is one country, with unfettered travel throughout it. So when a couple is legally married in New York City and adopts two children, why is their marriage is not valid if they move to, say, oh, Utah?
Every hetero couple in the United States assumes their marriage is legal wherever they move. Why not for same-sex couples? The Constitution guaranteed "equal protection of the laws"?