Indiana Marriage Ban Won't Be on 2014 Ballot

Indiana Marriage Ban Won't Be on 2014 Ballot

The State Senate passed an amended version of the proposed constitutional amendment today, which ends the measure's chances to appear on this year's ballot.

In Her Own Words: Roberta Kaplan Remembers How DOMA Fell

In Her Own Words: Roberta Kaplan Recalls DOMA's Fall

The civil rights attorney was honored at the Makers conference this weekend.

Equal Marriage Recognition Suits Filed in Louisiana, Missouri

Equal Marriage Recognition Suits Filed in La., Mo.

LGBT organizations are taking aim at discriminatory marriage laws in two traditionally conservative states.

Judge Hears Arguments on Lifting Texas Marriage Ban; No Ruling Yet

Judge Hears Arguments on Lifting Texas Marriage Ban; No Ruling Yet

The couples challenging the ban want it suspended while they await a trial in the case.

Kentucky's Marriage Ban Ruled Unconstitutional

Kentucky's Marriage Ban Ruled Unconstitutional

A federal judge declared that Kentucky's refusal to recognize legal out-of-state same-sex marriages is unconstitutional, but stopped short of establishing marriage equality in the state.

Indy Antimarriage Amendment Advances, But It Could Be a Setback

Indy Antimarriage Amendment Advances, But It Could Be a Setback

A Senate committee advanced an anti–marriage equality constitutional amendment that differs from one approved three years ago — possibly delaying a public vote on it.

Ala. 'Ten Commandments' Judge: Marriage Equality Will Destroy Constitution

Ala. 'Ten Commandments' Judge: Marriage Equality Will Destroy Constitution

Roy Moore, who once gained fame but lost his judicial position over a Ten Commandments monument, wants to amend the U.S. Constitution to ban same-sex marriage — an idea that's gone nowhere before.

Irish Archbishop: Stop Homophobia in the Church

Irish Archbishop: Stop Homophobia in the Church

The Catholic archbishop of Dublin laments cultural homophobia ahead of a 2015 referendum on marriage equality in Ireland.

Nevada Drops Defense of Marriage Ban

Nevada Drops Defense of Marriage Ban

The state's attorney general and governor announced today that the 'legal landscape has changed' and the 2002 anti-gay marriage amendment is 'no longer defensible in court.'

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