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2. The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), the federal law that defined marriage as the union of a man and a woman, was signed into law by what US president?

Clinton, who in 1992 campaigned as a supporter of gay rights, signed DOMA into law on Sept. 21, 1996. In a March 7, 2013 column in the Washington Post, Clinton wrote that he wanted the Supreme Court to overturn the law.

Clinton, who in 1992 campaigned as a supporter of gay rights, signed DOMA into law on Sept. 21, 1996. In a March 7, 2013 column in the Washington Post, Clinton wrote that he wanted the Supreme Court to overturn the law.

Clinton, who in 1992 campaigned as a supporter of gay rights, signed DOMA into law on Sept. 21, 1996. In a March 7, 2013 column in the Washington Post, Clinton wrote that he wanted the Supreme Court to overturn the law.

Clinton, who in 1992 campaigned as a supporter of gay rights, signed the act into law on September 21, 1996. In a March 7 2013 column in the Washington Post, Clinton wrote that he wanted the Supreme Court to overturn the law.

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Ronald Reagan

 

George H.W. Bush

 

Bill Clinton

 

George W. Bush

 
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