Rhode Island may soon cease to be the only state in New England without a marriage equality law now that Senate President M.
Thousands took the streets of Paris on Sunday near the Place de la Bastille to rally for marriage equality and for laws that allow same-sex couples to adopt — both of which are being considered by lawmakers.
Senator Heather Steans and Representative Greg Harris plan to push the legislation before the current session ends early next month.
Equality advocates in Washington were successful in reframing the discussion about same-sex marriage from one of "rights" to one of "commitment" and "values," according to a new poll from centrist think tank Third Way.
The state Senate president and LGBT advocacy groups reaffirmed their opposition after an openly gay assemblyman introduced a measure to allow voters to decide the issue.