Equal Marriage

Equal Marriage

Scotland Marriage Equality
International Top News
The first same-sex marriage ceremonies in Scotland are expected to begin December 31, 2014. ...
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Mary Bishop and Sharon Baldwin (L-R)
National Politics Top News
Freedom Oklahoma is a project of The Equality Network, which is working in partnership with Freedom to Marry to win marriage equality across the country. ...
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Esther Fuller and Rae Baskin (L-R)
National Politics
Last month the Indiana legislature considered HJR-3 a proposed state constitutional amendment that would have barred same-sex couples from marriage. ...
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Photo: Fibonacci Blue
Politics Top News
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit granted the motion to intervene in Bostic v. Rainey on behalf of all of Virginia's same-sex couples. ...
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Photo: Oregon United for Marriage
Politics Top News
The state will enforce the ban, but Rosenblum said that the law “cannot withstand a federal constitutional challenge under any standard of review.” ...
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M. Laudisa
National Politics Top News
The House voted in favor of the amendment 52-43, removing a provision that banned “civil unions or other similar arrangements.” ...
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Photo: Cincinnati Travel
National Top News
On November 9 the center will no longer be a physical center but, instead, an online slew of information for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and a grant-giving organization to benefit other groups nearby. ...
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National Politics Top News
Wednesday Lambda Legal presented oral arguments on behalf of Fair Wisconsin and five same-sex couples in the Wisconsin Supreme Court, asking the court to uphold the state’s domestic partnership law as constitutional. ...
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Tribal Marriage
Local Top News
In 2008 the Coquille Indian Tribe in Oregon became the first Native American tribe to recognize marriage equality. According to Equality on Trial, now six U.S. tribes have formally recognized marriage equality. ...
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National Top News
In in 2012 nearly 40 percent of survivors interacting with the NYPD reported police misconduct. It increased significantly from 8 in 2011 to 78 in 2012. ...
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