WATCH: Teen With Two Moms Tells Texas It's Time to Change
December 17 2014 11:50 AM ET

WATCH: Teen With Two Moms Tells Texas It's Time to Change

Mason Marriott-Voss, a 16-year-old student in Austin raised by two moms, says there's nothing that needs changing about his family — it's Texas that needs to change.

Texas Same-Sex Couples Can't Marry Yet, Judge Rules

Texas Same-Sex Couples Can't Marry Yet, Judge Rules

Judge Orlando Garcia turned down the plaintiffs' request to lift the stay of his pro-equality decision and let the weddings begin.

Texas DMV to Married Gays: Go to Court or Get Divorced
December 08 2014 7:07 PM ET

Texas DMV to Married Gays: Go to Court or Get Divorced

A gay man married in Iowa says the Texas DMV discriminated against him when an employee refused to allow him to change his name to his married surname.

Some Texas Counties Ready for Marriage Equality

Some Texas Counties Ready for Marriage Equality

Some county clerks are ready to stay open extra hours if a stay of a pro-equality ruling is lifted; others say they still won't license same-sex marriages.

Everything You Need to Know Now About Marriage Equality in Texas
February 23 2015 5:28 PM ET

Everything You Need to Know About Marriage in Texas

Updated February 23: Get up to speed on the flurry of legal moves that keep trying to bring marriage equality to Texas.

Texas AG: Same-Sex Couples' Request to Marry 'Untimely, Out of Order'

Texas AG: Couples' Request to Marry 'Out of Order'

Texas attorney general (and governor-elect) Greg Abbott makes his feelings about gay and lesbian couples' requests to marry immediately known in his latest legal filing.

Houston Trans Woman Beaten, Officials Offer Lukewarm Response

Houston Trans Woman Beaten on TDOR

As Houston lawmakers continue to debate the HERO antidiscrimination ordinance, trans resident Thailand Warr says police didn't address her being viciously attacked by seven youths with the seriousness it merits.

Texas Marriage Plaintiffs: Lift Ban Immediately

Texas Marriage Plaintiffs: Lift Ban Immediately

The judge who struck down the state's marriage ban in February put his ruling on hold, but much has changed since then, say the plaintiffs and their attorney.

WATCH: Texas Diners Belittle 'Faggot' Server on Receipt

WATCH: Texas Diners Belittle 'Faggot' Server on Receipt

After a gay server was attacked by customers with a disparaging note, his manager did not take action.

Fatal 2012 Attack on Texas Lesbian Couple 'Not A Hate Crime'

Fatal 2012 Attack on Texas Lesbian Couple 'Not A Hate Crime'

David Strickland was arrested in connection to a violent attack on a lesbian couple.

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