Updated December 10: After an initial win, a Mississippi marriage case will have oral argument in early January.
The legislation would protect public employees from punishment if they cite religious beliefs in denying marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Updated December 19: Get up to speed on the flurry of legal decisions that keep trying to bring marriage equality to Florida.
A gay man married in Iowa says the Texas DMV discriminated against him when an employee refused to allow him to change his name to his married surname.
The judge says he didn't realize both spouses were women, and since Ohio law doesn't recognize their marriage, their divorce likely isn't valid either.
Rev. Jackie Carter says her congregation has been receiving harassing phone calls, including calls threatening her life, on a daily basis.
An Illinois music director who was fired after announcing his engagement to a man has filed a discrimination complaint.
After marriage begins next month in Florida, it might not be long before Alabama and Georgia join in.