A so-called 'license to discriminate' bill has died in Arkansas, but similar ones remain pending in numerous other states.
Conway, Ark., became the state's second LGBT-affirming city Tuesday, but the fate of the town's nondiscrimination policy is uncertain in the wake of a statewide antigay law approved the same day.
'My brother has a vote, but I have a voice,' Donald Collins wrote of his brother, Rep. Charlie Collins, in an open letter.
A private attorney has filed a lawsuit seeking state recognition for the estimated 600 same-sex couples who were legally wed during Arkansas's brief equality window last May.
Outgoing Governor Mike Beebe says he's willing to consider civil unions, but it's too little, too late.
Updated February 17: 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.