With the Supreme Court's refusal to delay a pro-equality decision, South Carolina officially becomes the 35th state to embrace marriage equality.
Johnson County, the state's most populous, can now issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
Florida's thrice-engaged Attorney General has submitted a flurry of briefs to stop same-sex marriages from starting.
Antigay state officials have Chief Justice John Roberts as their last hope to stop same-sex marriage.
The head of City Union Mission says the shelter will not house same-sex couples together, even if they are able to legally marry in Kansas and Missouri.
Might the Supreme Court pick a Michigan case to consider marriage equality?