In the fast-moving legal fight for marriage equality, here's a look at the latest news.
Though 19 Kids and Counting star Michelle Duggar recorded a robocall in opposition to an LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance, city councilmembers in Fayetteville, Ark., voted in favor of the bill 6-2.
Continuing her family's tradition of opposing LGBT causes, 19 Kids and Counting star Michelle Duggar speaks out against an Arkansas nondiscrimination bill.
Despite a growing visibility within the states, LGBT Arkansans are facing discrimination and harassment at work, school, and their houses of worship.
The state judge who struck down Arkansas's statutory and constitutional prohibitions on same-sex marriage clarified his ruling today by voiding all state laws that refer to marriage solely as the union of one man and one woman.
The state's highest court rejected the attorney general's request to stay a ruling that established marriage equality, but said another statute is still in place forbidding the issuance of marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Confusion and legal wrangling muddy the waters of marriage equality in Arkansas, but two counties are still issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Marriage equality officially arrives in the South as same-sex couples begin marrying in Arkansas following a state court ruling that struck down the existing constitutional and statutory ban on same-sex marriage.