Op-ed: The Weird Relationship Between Mormons and Marriage

Op-ed: The Weird Relationship Between Mormons and Marriage

Ironic that leaders of the Mormon Church are still fighting to keep marriage equality off the books.

WATCH: Sharon Gless for Marriage Equality in Fla.

WATCH: Sharon Gless for Marriage Equality in Fla.

Gless joins the fight for marriage equality in Florida, where she has a home and where six couples have sued to overturn the state's ban on same-sex marriage. The groups involved in the suit will update the public and answer questions during a conference call Monday.

Judge Says Chicago Marriage Equality Can Start Immediately
February 28 2014 5:34 PM ET

Judge: The Wait Is Over for Chicago's Same-Sex Couples

Same-sex couples in Cook County, Ill., don't have to wait until June to get married, according to a federal judge's ruling today.

Marriage Equality Coming to Finland?

Finland is the only Nordic country without marriage equality, but a Parliamentary debate might be the start of change.

Oregon Atty. Gen. Won't Defend Marriage Ban

Oregon Atty. Gen. Won't Defend Marriage Ban

Ellen Rosenblum joins officials in Virginia, Nevada, and Pennsylvania in refusing to defend a state prohibition on same-sex marriage.

Did Christianity Set Conditions for Marriage Equality?

Did Christianity Set Conditions for Marriage Equality?

A writer argues that Christianity helped pave the way for marriage equality in the U.S.

Colo. Couples Sue for Marriage Equality

Colo. Couples Sue for Marriage Equality

Nine same-sex couples filed a lawsuit in Denver's state district court Wednesday arguing that Colorado's constitutional prohibition on marriage equality violates the U.S. Constitution.

WATCH: Maddow on the Marriage Equality 'Revolution'

WATCH: Maddow on the Marriage Equality 'Revolution'

Rachel Maddow notes that federal court rulings for marriage equality are coming at 'lightning speed,' and she discusses the implications with law professor Kenji Yoshino.

Ky. Couples Sue for In-State Marriage Rights

Ky. Couples Sue for In-State Marriage Rights

They are calling on a judge to expand his ruling on recognition of same-sex marriages performed elsewhere so that gay couples can obtain wedding licenses in Kentucky.

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