Equal marriage has won back parental rights for the Beehive State's same-sex couples seeking adoptions.
Several states have won the freedom to marry in just the last few days. That means plenty to celebrate for same-sex couples and their allies — and plenty to lament for those who oppose equality.
These are the couples who brought the cases that just won marriage in their home states.
The issue is now clearly back in the political arena, but Republicans seem to want to avoid it.
While some religious and political leaders are not happy that Utah now must extend marriage equality to all residents, couples are exercising their right to marry.
Updated October 6: Marriage has been permanently legalized in Utah, and couples are now free to wed. The next steps in nearby states remain murky.
An anti-equality rally at the Utah State Capitol last week used photos of children of same-sex couples to highlight the so-called dangers of 'redefining marriage.'
Three marriage equality cases are currently awaiting review by the U.S. Supreme Court. But there are several more making a beeline for the nation's highest court.
It's rare that the winning parties in a case will ask for a review of their victories, but that's exactly what's happening in the three leading states with marriage equality cases.
A Utah journalist-activist is calling on Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to retract support for the state's attorney general and make a donation to his opponent.