While the court won't be hearing a case from Louisiana, it still might consider marriage equality cases out of Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, and Michigan.
The judge says he didn't realize both spouses were women, and since Ohio law doesn't recognize their marriage, their divorce likely isn't valid either.
After a brief improvement in its coverage of trans issues, why is Cleveland's Plain Dealer going back to its old transphobic headline practices?
A leading transgender activist's brutal attack in Toledo, Ohio has drawn local and national attention.
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals found bans on same-sex marriage in Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, and Michigan to be perfectly lawful.
Activists in Columbus counter the message that 'Holy Matrimony is one man and one woman.'
For Supreme Court-watchers hoping to see a definitive verdict on marriage equality nationwide, it's time to hurry up and wait.