Chalk up one for marriage equality.
President Obama’s support for marriage equality did little to move overall public opinion on the issue, but the endorsement did animate his core backers and opponents, according to a new survey.
When Stephen Hill and Joshua Snyder went to the courthouse to officially hyphenate their last names together, they ended up pulled aside in a room with the magistrate.
The exact wording of the question proposed to Maine voters come November is pretty straightforward — "Do you want to allow same-sex couples to marry?" — but that's the problem, according to marriag
Still Unclear in Illinois on Who Will Stop Gay Couples from Marrying
The Supreme Court could rule on DOMA within the year if House Republicans defending the law ask justices to consider their appeal, as BLAG has indicated in a new filing.
Groundbreaking rulings by the Board of Immigration Appeals give couples a chance to stay together, perhaps long enough for DOMA to be struck down.