Marriage Equality

October 31, 2013

Watch Hawaii move closer to marriage equality live

The Hawaii state Senate helped move Hawaii closer to marriage equality. With a vote of 20-4 in favor of marriage equality, the bill now moves to the full House for a hearing and a vote that will be much closer than the Senate vote.

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October 29, 2013

NOM meddles in Hawaii marriage equality

As Hawaiian Legislators begin their second day in special session, called by Gov.

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October 28, 2013

Hawaii Senate in special session to possibly pass marriage equality

The Hawaiin Legislature is in special session to possibly pass marriage equality. Watch the Hawaiin legislature's special session live on KITV.com.

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October 28, 2013

Methodist Bishop defies Alabama Bishop and will preside at gay couple's wedding

Retired United Methodist Bishop Melvin Talbert arrived in Birmingham Alabama on Friday to preside at the wedding of Joe Openshaw and Bobby Prince on Saturday. It will be the first public marriage of a gay couple presided over by a United Methodist bishop.

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October 28, 2013

Nevada and Hawaii seek to overturn their states marriage equality ban in Federal Court

The Ninth Circuit Court will hear marriage equality cases from Nevada and Hawaii after district courts in those states declared that the bans on marriage equality were constitutional. A multitude of public figures, including Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie, submitted legal briefs to the court in support of marriage equality.

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October 25, 2013

New Jersey Marriage Equality advocates pursue state law reinforcing court's decision

New Jersey lawmakers are now deciding what needs to be done to pass a law reinforcing the trial court's decision on marriage equality.

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Snapshots: Miss Universe in Russia, TransAdvocate, Illinois, Universal Studios, and more

Wonder what we’re up to at GLAAD? Be sure to check out GLAAD's Blog each week for updates about our latest work to build support for LGBT equality through news, entertainment and online media.

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'The Hill' runs FRC's opinion, helps push factually inaccurate smears

Whenever you hear that Cathy Ruse and Peter Sprigg have managed to place a commentary in a mainstream news outlet like The Hill, you know it's going to be a biased piece that seeks to say whatever it can to justify the obviously anti-LGBT stance that is ingrained within the commentators.

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What's next for the movement? Hangout with GLAAD, Google+, BuzzFeed, & more to discuss

GLAAD and Google+ will be hosting a Hangout this week to discuss the recent win for marriage equality in New Jersey and what it means for the LGBT movement.

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