Washington to Convert Domestic Partnerships to Marriage

Washington to Convert Domestic Partnerships to Marriage

The final leg of the new marriage equality laws in Washington state means that any same-sex couple who hasn't dissolved their domestic partnership will soon find themselves married (unless they're seniors).

Utah Plaintiffs in Federal Marriage Case Get Engaged

Utah Plaintiffs in Federal Marriage Case Get Engaged

Two of the plaintiffs in the case to challenge Utah's 2004 marriage ban got engaged on Friday night.

N.C. Gay Couples Register Marriages With State

N.C. Gay Couples Register Marriages With State

Two couples shared a symbolic gesture toward marriage equality in their home states.

Mo. Gov Wants Marriage Ban Repealed

Mo. Gov Wants Marriage Ban Repealed

But Gov. Jay Nixon says the move should come from voters, not the courts, in response to a lawsuit filed this week.

PHOTO: Obama, White House Thank Edie Windsor

PHOTO: Obama, White House Thank Edie Windsor

President Obama met this week with Edie Windsor, the octogenarian lesbian whose landmark case at the U.S. Supreme Court stuck down the so-called Defense of Marriage Act.

Kansas Senate Likely to Reject 'License to Discriminate' Bill, Says Leader

Will Kansas Senate Reject 'License to Discriminate' Bill?

The measure, which would allow refusal of wedding-related services to same-sex couples on religious grounds, has problematic wording, says the Senate president.

Tea Party Senators Introduce Bill to Invalidate Same-Sex Marriages

Ted Cruz Wants to Unmarry You

Republican U.S. senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee have introduced a bill that would nullify same-sex marriages when a legally married couple enters a state without marriage equality.

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