We've boiled hundreds of pages of legal briefs down to just five main arguments you need to know.
The couples filed legal briefs Friday, and their case is likely to be heard in April.
Why 'religious liberty' laws protecting public employees from accommodating LGBT people are truly problematic.
It's a complete 180º for Georgia's former attorney general — a man who almost single-handedly stopped LGBT advances in their tracks.
Before cutting into a cake celebrating a decade of discrimination, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick urged constituents to become an 'army' to oppose abortion, 'protect marriage,' and defend the constitution.
A so-called 'license to discriminate' bill has died in Arkansas, but similar ones remain pending in numerous other states.
New Hampshire Republicans oppose protections for businessman Dan Innis's family but apparently support his fiscal policies.
The same probate judge who was taken to court for denying marriage licenses to same-sex couples is being sued again — by the same couple whose marriage he was court-ordered to recognize.
The North Carolina Senate just passed a bill that would allow registrars and magistrates to refuse to marry same-sex couples on the basis of 'sincerely held religious beliefs.'