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The U.S. Supreme Court is considering two cases related to marriage equality.
The Church of England has issued a statement officially declaring that they will no longer work to obstruct the passage of the marriage equality bill that is currently going through Parliament.
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Famous Illinoisans from Preisident Obama to Senator Mark Kirk, to sports legends Richard Dent and Ernie Banks have stated their support for marriage equality, and advocates for the freedom to marry say they do have the votes they need to pass the measure in the House. Now they just need the opportunity.
A new study by the Williams Institute has found that the highest percentages for same-sex couples raising kids can be found in states with a constitutional ban on marriage equality.
Hong Kong has just granted a transgender woman permission to marry her partner. Although the country still does not permit same-sex marriage, this is a major mile stone in transgender equality. As reported by USA Today, "The surprise decision only covers the right of a transgender person who was born male to marry a man, and for one who was born female to marry a woman."
The Minnesota Senate passed marriage equality today! The bill was approved by the house on Friday and will now go to Governor Dayton, who has pledged to sign it. Minnesota now becomes the 12th state to enact marriage equality.
Today, the Minnesota House of Representatives voted to pass marriage equality. The bill now moves onto the state senate.
The Minnesota House of Representatives will vote today of marriage equality. If they pass the bill, it could be voted on by the senate as early as Saturday and signed by the Governor on Monday.