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After successfully arguing against Prop 8 before the Supreme Court, Ted Olson and David Boies are turning to Virginia
An hour after the Hon.Mary Jacobson ruled that New Jersey is violating the state's constitution by denying same-sex
Judge Sophia Hall ruled that a lawsuit filed on behalf of several Cook County same-sex couples wishing to marry can proceed.
Today, Judge Mary Jacobson of the Mercer County Superior Court in New Jersey ruled that starting October 21, same-sex couples in the state can legally marry.
In what is surely a sign of an increasingly tolerant society, George H.W. Bush, 41st president of the United States, was an official witness at a wedding for a same-sex couple in Kennebunkport, Maine last Saturday.
Vice President Joe Biden doubles down his support for marriage equality at an Iowa political fundraiser.
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When a faith leader like Chicago's Cardinal George explicitly says that he is speaking more as a "rational thinker" than as a faith leader (“This is first of all a rational issue before it’s a faith issue"), one has to wonder where he falls on the scale of punditry
Focus on the Family president Jim Daly is among the voices trying to drum up outrage over the New Mexico photographer who, according to her state Supreme Court, must serve LGBT customers in a way that doesn't fly in the face of her state's nondiscrimination laws. To bouy his claims, Daly is relying on a popular place of attack for folks who operate from his point of view: the mainstream media.
The US Treasury Department announced that legal marriages of same-sex couples will be recognized for all federal tax purposes. Same-sex couples will be considered married for all federal tax implications, including filing, exemptions, dependents, and employee benefits.