Former President Bill Clinton signing a bill during office. (Photo: wired.com)
In 1996, acting President Bill Clinton signed the Defense of Marriage Act into law which defined marriage, under federal law, as the union between one man and one woman. This is undoubtedly now a concept that has been a topic of hot debate in recent years and especially recent months. People are already waiting for their tickets to the Supreme Court hearings to take place. It’s not at all surprising that President Clinton came out in support, especially since the Democratic party went pro-gay in their platform.