The similarities to last year's dramatic repeal of civil rights are striking, in both turnout, and the winning percentage. However, this time, those in favor of nondiscrimination protections won the day. 

September 08 2015 9:10 PM Updated

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge tells justices of the peace they can likely opt out of performing marriages for gay and lesbian couples.

1:56 PM

The Republican governor's old website now features different chat rooms to discuss LGBT-related news and politics. A far cry from the former content that endorsed discrimination against the LGBT community.

July 31 2015 3:22 PM

Protecting LGBT citizens from discrimination in Eureka Springs, Ark., makes some people, like this pastor, feel discriminated against.

July 30 2015 4:14 PM

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

June 29 2015 8:54 PM

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.

June 10 2015 4:44 PM

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

June 09 2015 6:45 PM

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.

June 08 2015 5:56 AM

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

May 13 2015 3:55 PM