Idaho Begs Appeals Court to Stop 'Unseemly Chaos' of Friday Marriage Equality

Idaho Begs Court to Stop 'Unseemly Chaos' of Marriage Equality

After a federal trial judge denied his request, Idaho governor Butch Otter has asked the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to issue a preemptive stay of a ruling that would allow same-sex couples in Idaho to begin marrying Friday.

Op-ed: When Opposites No Longer Attract

Op-ed: When Opposites No Longer Attract

For some, coming out also means enduring a divorce.

Ark. Supreme Court Denies Stay, But Halts Marriage Equality

Ark. Supreme Court Denies Stay, But Halts Marriage Equality

The state's highest court rejected the attorney general's request to stay a ruling that established marriage equality, but said another statute is still in place forbidding the issuance of marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

As Ark. Couples Marry, State Seeks Legal Clarity and Stay

As Ark. Couples Marry, State Seeks Legal Clarity and Stay

Confusion and legal wrangling muddy the waters of marriage equality in Arkansas, but two counties are still issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

Idaho Judge Won't Put Marriages on Hold

Idaho Judge Won't Put Marriages on Hold

Judge Candy Dale says same-sex couples in Idaho can begin marrying Friday.

Judge: NOM Has No Standing To Defend Oregon Marriage Ban

Judge: NOM Can't Defend Oregon Marriage Ban

A federal judge says the National Organization for Marriage does not have the standing to defend Oregon's marriage ban in court.

The Good, the Bad, and the Jewnicorn

The Good, the Bad, and the Jewnicorn

Three couples explain what worked and what they’d do differently for their spectacular gay and lesbian weddings.

BREAKING: Idaho Judge Rules Marriage Ban Unconstitutional

BREAKING: Idaho Judge Rules Marriage Ban Unconstitutional

A federal magistrate judge in Idaho ruled in favor of four same-sex couples who say the state ban on same-sex marriage harms their families.

Appeals Court Seems Likely to Strike Down Va. Marriage Ban

Appeals Court 'Ready' to Strike Down Va. Marriage Ban

Those inside the federal courthouse for the Fourth District Court of Appeals today report that two of three judges appeared ready to strike down Virginia's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.

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