At least five counties are joining Cook and Champaign in accepting license applications from same-sex couples, but more are waiting for June 1, the marriage equality law's original effective date.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan says given the constitutional issues, there's no justification to wait to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples until the state's marriage equality law takes effect June 1.
The federal judge who struck down the state's marriage ban 'got it right,' says Kentucky's Democratic attorney general. The state's governor, also a Democrat, disagrees.
Two groups dedicated to serving the LGBT men and women in uniform and their families filed an amicus brief at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth District today, arguing that the federal court should declare a fundamental right to marriage in all 50 states.
In a new poll, most Americans say same-sex couples should have the legal right to marry.