A novel solution to the so-called gay marriage problem: wipe out large swaths of the federal court system.
The 'Add the Words' bill, which would have banned anti-LGBT discrimination, died in a party-line committee vote today.
The prospects for passage of an LGBT-inclusive antidiscrimination law don't look good, but there has been more testimony for it than against.
Despite several court rulings and a decided victory in the court of public opinion, Idaho governor Butch Otter isn't willing to let marriage equality take hold in the Gem State.
The fear that the owners of an Idaho wedding chapel would be forced to host same-sex weddings is much ado about nothing.
A unanimous decision from a federal appeals court bringing marriage equality to Idaho 'appears to be judicial policymaking masquerading as law,' according to the governor.