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Bernalillo county now joins's Doña Ana and Santa Fe counties in issuing marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples thanks to a ruling by New Mexico Judge, Alan Malott.
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A seemingly exhausted and exasperated public school teacher who had been going back and forth with Illinois activist Laurie Higgins did what more people should do. He instructed Ms. Higgins to examine her GLAAD Commentator Accountability Project profile.
The social marketing company Groupon has added its voice to the millions of people calling for marriage equality in Illinois. Groupon has long been a strong supporter of marriage equality in Illinois. Last week, they released a video, produced by Groupon employees, to showcase that support.
A federal class action lawsuit was filed today by The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the ACLU of Virginia, Lambda Legal, and the law firm Jenner and Block seeking marriage equality for the citizens of Virginia State.
Gay and lesbian couples across Rhode Island and Minnesota began exchanging 'I dos' on Thursday, as marriage equality laws took effect in both states at 12:01 am.
Are you wondering what's been happening since the Supreme Court decision on DOMA? We wrote a blog about it before, but the change has been happening so fast, we've compiled a roundup of some of the newer exciting steps toward equality being made across the US.
Frank Schubert's latest take on the Proposition 8 legal case might be the biggest bout of sore-loserdom you've ever witnessed from an anti-LGBT commentator.
Maybe we won't all live happily ever after, but now all of us will live with a dignity and respect -- and equal protection under the law -- that back in 1985 we could only sit in a dark theater and fantasize about.
A new poll by Quinnipiac concerning New Jersey politics was released which showed 60% of New Jersey state voters are in favor of marriage equality.