A compromise was finally reached after weeks of negotiations, but it may be subject to further changes.
Blogger Dana Rudolph summarizes the highs and lows of the last year for LGBT parents and families.
The fight for LGBT families' rights will continue next year. Here's what to expect, says Emily Hecht-McGowan, director of public policy at the Family Equality Council.
The Family Act would help LGBT workers get access to paid leave and provide them with more time to spend with their families.
Children and youth causes received $20.4 million in 2012 as overall funding for LGBTQ issues fell slightly from the previous year.
Children of married same-sex couples will now be able to list 'Parent 1' and 'Parent 2' when filling out forms to get federal financial help for college.
A lack of transparency among private schools receiving state funding allows anti-LGBT policies to proliferate, an author suggests.
The Family Equality Council's 'Ask the Experts' forum helps current and aspiring parents navigate the ups and downs of parenthood.
A court decision paves the way for those in civil partnerships to begin adopting children.
The New Mexico Pediatric Society, the New Mexico Psychological Association, and the New Mexico chapter of the National Association of Social Workers all came forward for marriage equality as the state awaits a court decision.