Rachel Maddow notes that federal court rulings for marriage equality are coming at 'lightning speed,' and she discusses the implications with law professor Kenji Yoshino.
Cecillia Perez-Matos on marrying Michelle Santill-Perez: 'Michelle looked like everything I had been wanting and wishing for all my life.'
The final leg of the new marriage equality laws in Washington state means that any same-sex couple who hasn't dissolved their domestic partnership will soon find themselves married (unless they're seniors).
Two of the plaintiffs in the case to challenge Utah's 2004 marriage ban got engaged on Friday night.
The measure, which would allow refusal of wedding-related services to same-sex couples on religious grounds, has problematic wording, says the Senate president.