The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments about the constitutionality of a federal law defining marriage as a heterosexual union in the case United States v. Windsor, 12-307.
President Barack Obama's administration joined a New York widow in urging the court to strike down the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, known as DOMA. Vicki Jackson speaks as a court-appointed amicus curiae. Sri Srinivasan and Donald Verrilli argue on behalf of the petitioner. Paul Clement and Roberta Kaplan argue on behalf of the respondent. (Audio via Supremecourt.gov. Source: Bloomberg)
00:00:00 Jackson, Srinivasan, Clement: case's standing 00:53:57 Clement, Verrilli, Kaplan: merits of argument
Running time 01:55:09