Outgoing Governor Mike Beebe says he's willing to consider civil unions, but it's too little, too late.
Updated December 11: Arkansas is making strides toward equality, with rulings expected any day now.
A special election in Fayetteville, Ark., saw voters repeal the city's LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance by a margin of 52 percent to 48 percent.
Quitman High School canceled the entire program of speeches even after the lesbian student agreed to revise hers.
Last week saw two victories in Southern states, but there may be bumps in the road before the cases get much further.
The ruling will likely be appealed to a higher court, but same-sex marriages may resume in Arkansas.
As marriage equality cases move forward in Arkansas, some pray for the state's ban on same-sex marriage to be upheld.
After a Unitarian Universalist minister wrote a pro-LGBT letter to the editor of an area newspaper, her church got an anonymous homophobic note.
Being of two Senate Democrats who don't support marriage equality isn't antigay enough for the National Organization for Marriage's campaign in Arkansas.
The issue is now clearly back in the political arena, but Republicans seem to want to avoid it.