Craig James wonders if sports teams' endorsement of equal marriage rights will silence players with opposing views.
The lawmaker behind the bill says some public officials are uncomfortable with issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, so he wants to take them out of the process.
Updated March 5: Marriages can't start while Ohio's marriage challenge awaits oral argument at the U.S. Supreme Court, with a ruling expected sometime in June.
The SSA overpaid some benefit recipients because it didn't recognize their marriages, and now it wants the money back — but recipients say they shouldn't pay for the agency's mistake.
A pro-equality Supreme Court brief filed by more than 300 conservatives, coordinated by Ken Mehlman, features several noteworthy changes from a similar effort in 2013.
Four civil rights groups are asking a federal court to make clear that all same-sex couples in Alabama should have access to marriage.