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The U.S. Supreme Court denied this week to consider a highly publicized case that would examine religion and LGBT equality.
Today, New Mexico's Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling to allow marriage for same-sex couples in the state.
It's been a busy week for marriage equality. New Mexico, Illinois and Hawaii all have actions that will address marriage equality in their state.
New Mexico's Supreme Court will hear oral arguments pertaining to a petition filed by 33 County Clerks asking the cou
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.
As marriage equality grows, descriptions of couples, weddings, and marriages will also continue to expand. See one example of a wedding description, and then share your own.
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.
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.
Across the United States, millions of seniors are getting ready to walk across the stage in graduation ceremonies. This time can bittersweet for transgender students. Two instances of transgender students, in different parts of the country, have reminded us that schools can often fail to support transgender students and treat them with respect.
The Santa Fe City Council has voted in favor of a resolution which encourages city clerks to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.