As two more marriage equality cases are appealed to the Supreme Court, activists on all sides of the issue are locked in a 'will they, won't they, wait and see' moment.
In the ongoing case to bring marriage equality to the state of Utah, the U.S. Supreme Court has issued an emergency stay on the order for the state to recognize the marriages of same-sex couples.
Thanks to a court ruling Friday, Utah may soon recognize the unions of same-sex couples who wed in the state's brief marriage equality window.
It's the first case of several marriage equality challenges expected to be filed with the nation's highest court.
County workers in Boulder are issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, and officials in at least two other counties plan to do the same starting Friday.
The decision is being hailed by activists as a major milestone in the fight for marriage nationwide.
His attorney claims the officer did not actually refuse the assignment, but was ridiculed for requesting an alternative.
A police officer in Salt Lake City was put on paid leave after refusing an assignment at this weekend's Pride parade.
The state's Republican governor and attorney general won't recognize more than 1,300 same-sex marriages that took place, without a legal fight.
Sen. Orrin Hatch, a conservative Republican from Utah, says anyone who doesn't believe marriage equality will soon be the law of the land 'just isn't living in the real world.'