Toolkit Helps Grassroots Activists Fight DOMA
July 26 2012 11:15 AM ET

Toolkit Helps Grassroots Activists Fight DOMA

Julie Bolcer

The Respect for Marriage Coalition launched a new website with resources to help activists participate in the campaign to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act.

July 26 2012 10:37 AM ET

New HRC Leader Faces Ballot Box Test

NYC Asks Supreme Court to Hear DOMA Challenge from Edie Windsor
July 26 2012 9:33 AM ET

NYC Asks Supreme Court to Hear DOMA Challenge

Julie Bolcer

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn said that DOMA “fatally undermines the city's substantial efforts" to protect same-sex couples from discrimination.

Scotland to Introduce Marriage Equality
July 25 2012 9:36 AM ET

Scotland to Introduce Marriage Equality

Julie Bolcer

Scottish ministers said they would bring forth a marriage equality bill later this year following a government consultation produced a record number of responses on the issue.

Right Wing Wants Judge Booted from Marriage Case Because She Is a Lesbian
July 24 2012 3:33 PM ET

Right Wing Says Judge Is a Lesbian, Should Be Off Marriage Case

Lucas Grindley

Antigay activists are once again claiming that a gay judge is incapable of ruling in a case about same-sex marriage.

Tony Blair Supports Marriage Equality in New Interview
July 24 2012 2:44 PM ET

Tony Blair Supports Marriage Equality in New Interview

Lucas Grindley

Former prime minister Tony Blair says he is for marriage equality, making his support known as the United Kingdom debates whether to change its laws.

Opponents of Minnesota Antimarriage Amendment Outraise Supporters
July 20 2012 7:10 PM ET

Opponents of Minnesota Antimarriage Amendment Outraise Supporters

Trudy Ring

The group fighting the amendment has raised six times as much money so far this year as the organization supporting it.

House Legal Team Cites Misleading Parenting Study
July 20 2012 4:37 PM ET

Researcher: House's DOMA Legal Team Interprets My Findings Differently

Sofia Resnick of The American Independent

The Texas study has been widely challenged. And the author of a second study cited on same-sex parents says his findings are being interpreted by the House's lawyers somewhat differently than he would.

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