Charlie Dent joins a few other Republicans in Congress in supporting equal marriage rights, while in other Pennsylvania news, the mayor of Pittsburgh is going to officiate a wedding ceremony for multiple same-sex couples.
Sen. Orrin Hatch, a conservative Republican from Utah, says anyone who doesn't believe marriage equality will soon be the law of the land 'just isn't living in the real world.'
The National Organization for Marriage has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to halt marriages in Oregon while it attempts to continue appealing last week's decision.
The register of deeds in Montgomery County, Pa., who had been under a court order to refrain from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, is once again allowed to issue licenses to all adult couples who request them.
The attorney handling a marriage equality suit in South Dakota says one will come to the neighboring state shortly; meanwhile, the mayor of Thompson, N.D., is speaking out for equal marriage rights.
Lawyer Paul Smith says a marriage equality case could reach the Supreme Court next year and receive a favorable ruling.
In a news conference, Gov. Gary Herbert expresses displeasure with officials in other states who won't defend bans on same-sex marriage, and he comes close to saying being gay is a choice.