The New York State Court of Appeals declined to hear a challenge to the state's marriage equality law, effectively ending any threat to the measure passed last year.
The New York City mayor invested $500,000 in the marriage-related campaigns in Maine, Minnesota, and Washington.
Brigitte Van Nice is accused of selling a Florida gay man a bogus license and telling him he didn't have to come to Iowa to marry his partner.
In a new online debate, the disgraced antigay Evangelical Christian pastor says marriage equality should be legal at the state level.
"When marriage has been redefined elsewhere, as Question 6 does, people who believe in traditional marriage have been punished," says the commercial.
A new report from the Human Rights Campaign quantifies the cost of antigay advocacy, as perpetrated by the Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus, and National Organization for Marriage in the four states considering marriage ballot measures this November.
A gay man is accused of tearing down a sign opposing Referendum 74, the ballot measure to affirm the state's marriage equality law, and shoving an African-American woman who tried to intervene.
The Second Circuit in New York is the second federal appeals court to strike down the law and the first to find that discrimination against gay people warrants heightened scrutiny.