The New Mexico Supreme Court heard hourlong arguments Wednesday from both supporters and opponents of marriage equality.
As part of the We Do campaign, same-sex couples married in other states are registering their licenses with county officials, while unmarried couples apply for licenses.
Even though Oklahoma forbids same-sex marriage, members of Native American tribes are not beholden to state law.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott remains opposed to marriage equality despite his sister's engagement to her longtime partner.
The state's highest court is hearing opening arguments in a case set to determine whether or not New Mexico's constitution allows for marriage equality today.
The conservative organization's president called the act a 'disqualifying failure' that will destroy Christie's higher ambitions in the GOP.
The four couples were legally married in other states and say Tennessee is violating their constitutional rights by not recognizing their unions.
The Rev. Tom Pivinski helped Asbury Park greet marriage equality by performing ceremonies for three same-sex couples this morning, and he and his long-term male partner have taken out a license as well.
The Newark mayor doesn't think religious-based opposition to one gay couple's marriage counts as a 'substantive, worthy objection.'
As midnight arrived in New Jersey, so did marriage equality, making it the 14th state.