Advocates on both sides of the gay marriage debate predicted that the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June that overturned part of a federal ban on gay marriage would create a pathway for states to act. They were right.
The crowd was celebrating a judge’s decision to overturn the ban on same-sex marriage.
A federal judge said Monday he will allow gay marriage in Utah to continue, denying a request from the state to halt same-sex weddings until the appeals process plays out.
A Colorado court will decide if a baker violated discrimination laws when he refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple.
New Mexico’s 33 counties asked the state’s highest court Thursday to decide whether gay marriage is legal in the state and to stop the spread of lawsuits that have forced some county officials to start issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Despite no direct mandates for Nevada, the U.S. Supreme Court’s rulings on two gay marriage issues Wednesday may have a decisive impact on the outcome of the political tussle over same-sex marriage in the Silver State.
A resolution to abolish Nevada’s ban on gay marriage has passed an Assembly committee.
The Nevada Senate took an emotional step toward legalizing gay marriage with a near party-line vote to repeal the state’s heterosexual definition of marriage.
The Nevada State Senate is scheduled to vote today on a resolution that allows gay marriage in Nevada.
A Nevada Senate committee has taken a big step to not only repeal the state’s heterosexual definition of marriage but to recognize all marriages “regardless of gender.”