U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand will introduce a bill to ban discrimination against LGBT people who seek to adopt children.
President Obama makes LGBT history again by advocating foster and adoptive parents be chosen without regard to sexual orientation or gender identity.
The repeal measure, which has already passed the House, received bipartisan approval in the Senate after emotional debate.
The state Senate turned back an effort to write discriminatory language into adoption law.
An odious bill advances in the Florida House.
A Minneapolis couple channels Meghan Trainor and sing their hearts out on the web, hopeful that one day they will become fathers.
Opponents call the bills a 'license to discriminate' and say they prioritize an adoption agency's beliefs over the best interests of the child seeking a home.
The same probate judge who was taken to court for denying marriage licenses to same-sex couples is being sued again — by the same couple whose marriage he was court-ordered to recognize.
Two Republican senators have introduced legislation that would ensure religiously affiliated adoption agencies don't lose state or federal funding, even if they refuse to place kids with LGBT prospective parents.