Ohio Marriage Ruling Stayed, Except for Plaintiffs
April 16 2014 1:50 PM ET

Ohio Marriage Ruling Stayed, Except for Plaintiffs

Sunnivie Brydum

Federal judge Timothy Black granted a stay on his ruling striking down Ohio's marriage recognition ban, but ordered the state to issue birth certificates listing both married same-sex parents to the four plaintiff couples.

Anglican Priest Defies Church, Marries Partner
April 15 2014 6:18 PM ET

Anglican Priest Defies Church, Marries Partner

Michael O'Loughlin

A Church of England clergy member takes advantage of England's new marriage equality law, in defiance of his denomination's opposition to same-sex unions.

Nevada Republican Party Drops Opposition to Marriage Equality
April 14 2014 9:14 PM ET

Nevada Republican Party Drops Opposition to Marriage Equality

Trudy Ring

With little debate, the state party adopted a platform without language opposing same-sex marriage.

ACLU Seeks Recognition for 300 Michigan Marriages
April 14 2014 6:47 PM ET

ACLU Seeks Recognition for 300 Michigan Marriages

Sunnivie Brydum

For less than 24 hours, marriage equality was the law of the land in Michigan. Now the ACLU is suing the state to make sure the same-sex couples who married get the rights they're entitled to.

BREAKING: Judge Strikes Down Ohio's Marriage Recognition Ban
April 14 2014 11:54 AM ET

Judge Strikes Down Ohio's Marriage Recognition Ban

Sunnivie Brydum

Federal judge Timothy Black held true to his word and issued a ruling ordering Ohio to recognize legal same-sex marriages performed in other states.

Virginia Attorney General Compares Marriage Ban to Racism
April 12 2014 4:20 PM ET

Virginia's AG Compares Marriage Ban to Racism

Lucas Grindley

Bans on same-sex couples getting married sound awfully similar to bans on interracial marriage, says Virginia's attorney general.

Elderly N.C. Couples With Severe Medical Issues Demand Marriage Rights
April 11 2014 2:38 PM ET

Elderly N.C. Couples Demand Marriage Rights

Michelle Garcia

Three couples with pressing medical issues appeal to courts to recognize their marriages before it is too late.

Cautious Optimism Following Utah Marriage Hearing
April 10 2014 4:43 PM ET

Cautious Optimism Following Utah Marriage Hearing

Sunnivie Brydum

After a three-judge panel heard arguments in the federal case challenging Utah's ban on marriage equality this morning, court observers expect the ruling to come down in favor of the freedom to marry.

Utah Backs Away from Defense Using Discredited Regnerus Study
April 10 2014 3:00 PM ET

Utah Backs Away from Discredited Antigay Parenting Study

Sunnivie Brydum

The lawyer representing Utah's governor now says the discredited, antigay parenting study from Mark Regnerus has 'very little relevance' to the state's defense of its constitutional ban on marriage equality.

Court: Terminally Ill Woman's Marriage Must Be Recognized
April 10 2014 2:10 PM ET

Court: Terminally Ill Woman's Marriage Must Be Recognized

Michelle Garcia

A federal judge said the state of Indiana must recognize the same-sex marriage of a woman who has been battling stage four ovarian cancer for five years.

Italy: Town Must Recognize Gay Marriage Performed in U.S.
April 10 2014 1:13 PM ET

Italy: Town Must Recognize Gay Marriage Performed in U.S.

Lucas Grindley

A court ruling in the city of Grosseto could have big implications for LGBT people in Italy.

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