Following the Supreme Court's denial to hear marriage equality cases, five states' attorneys general, county clerks, and thousands of couples are preparing to mobilize.
Today, the US Supreme Court denied hearings for all five of the cases before it.
On Friday, Freedom to Marry and the Human Rights Campaign sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder urging the Department of Justice to ensure that the marriages of nearly 2,000 same-sex couples that took place following court rulings in Arkansas, Indiana and Wisconsin are upheld by the federal government.
The first openly gay inaugural poet wrote a beautiful poem accompanied by a moving video for marriage equality.
A three-judge appeals court panel has rules that both Wisconsin's and Indiana's bans on marriage equality unconstitutional today.
On Wednesday, a federal judge ruled that Louisiana's statewide ban on marriage equality is constitutional, marking the first time a federal court has done so since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down parts of the discriminatory "Defense of Marriage" Act in 2013.
People are lining up outside of the 7th Circuit Court in Chicago for hearings in two cases on marriage equality. The cases challenge Indiana and Wisconsin's marriage bans.