GOP Heads Square Off On Marriage Equality

N.M. Attorney General to Court: Let Gay Couples Marry

N.M. Attorney General to Court: Let Gay Couples Marry

New Mexico's attorney general said his state's rules preventing same-sex couples from marrying are unconstitutional.

Federal Judge Orders Ohio to Recognize Gay Couple's Marriage

Federal Judge Orders Ohio to Recognize Gay Couple's Marriage

James Obergefell and John Arthur will be listed as married on Arthur's death certificate, and can be buried beside one another when Arthur succumbs to ALS.

Ohio Couple Sues for Marriage Recognition

Ohio Couple Sues for Marriage Recognition

A gay couple who were recently married in Maryland have filed a lawsuit to force Ohio to recognize their legal marriage, before one of the partners succumbs to ALS.

Arkansas Marriage Ban Faces Federal Challenge, Judge Recusal

Arkansas Marriage Ban Faces Federal Challenge

A federal judge assigned to hear a challenge to Arkansas' ban on marriage equality removed himself from the case this week, citing personal relationships with the state officials who passed the ban.

San Diego Clerk Begs Court to Stop Marriage Equality

San Diego Clerk Begs Court to Stop Marriage Equality

A Republican county clerk in California asked its Supreme Court to halt marriage equality there. But the California attorney general essentially says, "no way."

Gay Parliamentarian Questions U.K. Wait for Marriage Equality

Gay Parliamentarian Questions U.K. Wait for Marriage Equality

Chris Bryant, an openly gay member of Parliament, questioned the one-year delay of marriage equality in England and Wales, and a U.K. official responded.

California City Ousts LGBT Pride Month, Arrests Protestors

California City Ousts LGBT Pride Month, Arrests Protestors

The city council of Porterville, Calif., voted to rescind its mayor's recent proclamation that declared June LGBT Pride Month.

Marriage Equality Is Jolly Good for the U.K.

Marriage Equality Is Jolly Good for the U.K.

As marriage equality becomes the law of the land in England and Wales, homophobic reaction is nowhere to be found.

WATCH: Why Marriage Matters In Mississippi

WATCH: Why Marriage Matters In Mississippi

The Campaign for Southern Equality continued its 'We Do' campaign across the South, profiling LGBT couples who apply for — and are subsequently denied — marriage licenses in their hometowns.

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