Arkansas County Clerk Resigns Over Marriage Equality

Arkansas County Clerk Resigns Over Marriage Equality

Cleburne County Clerk Dana Guffey will resign rather than issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

Arkansas Judge Uses Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches to Explain Pro-Equality Ruling

Ark. Judge: Marriage Equality Is Like Peanut Butter and Jelly

An Arkansas Judge threw some delicious shade at an antigay state official in yesterday's ruling affirming the legality of more than 500 same-sex marriages in the state.

Judge Validates Over 500 Same-Sex Marriages in Arkansas

Marriage Equality Victory in Arkansas  

The couples who married during a weeklong equality window are legally wed, a judge rules.

Ark. Senator's Tirade: Reschedule Pride Because It's 'Offensive to Christians'

Arkansas Lawmaker: Pride 'Offensive to Christians'

In a Facebook rant, a Republican state senator claims his Arkansas town's long-standing Pride Parade is held on Sunday specifically to 'intimidate' Christians.

Arkansas's 'Gay Capital' Hold On To Antidiscrimination Law

Arkansas's 'Gay Capital' Holds On to Antidiscrimination Law

Voters in Eureka Springs affirmed an LGBT-inclusive civil rights ordinance, even though a new state law will make it unenforceable.

Antigay Ark. Rally Eclipsed by Protesters Shouting 'Love Is Love'

Antigay Ark. Rally Eclipsed by Protesters Shouting 'Love Is Love'

Hundreds turned out to protest a so-called March for Marriage in an Arkansas town.

Arkansas At War With Itself Over LGBT Rights

Arkansas At War With Itself Over LGBT Rights

Some cities are defying the state's ban on LGBT-inclusive antidiscrimination laws.

WATCH: Tom Delay Promises to Fight Against Gay Rights to 'Bitter End'

WATCH: Tom Delay Promises to Fight Against Gay Rights to 'Bitter End'

The former House majority leader claims to love those who 'have chosen to be homosexuals' but 'abhor the sin.'

WATCH: Bobby Jindal 'Disappointed' by Fix to Discriminatory Indiana Law

WATCH: Bobby Jindal 'Disappointed' by Fix to Discriminatory Indiana Law

On Meet the Press, Jindal also dodges a question about an even harsher measure proposed in his state, Louisiana.

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