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Governor of Maryland Martin O'Malley made history today by signing the state's marriage equality bill into law. Maryland is the eighth state to legally allow marriage for same-sex couples.
A massive class action lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court of Northern Georgia challenging the state's ban on marriage equality.
Anthony Sullivan, a 72-year-old gay immigrant, will ask the Los Angeles Field Office of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to reopen his marriage-based green card petition which this same office denied four decades ago.
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A federal judge ruled against the state of Ohio's ban on marriage equality, ordering it to recognize all same-sex marriages performed outside of the state.
Voters picked their five favorite couples and the winners were flown to New York City this week to celebrate. GLAAD scored an interview with each of them about their stories, finding love, overcoming obstacles, and their elaborate plans on how to spend the cash prize.
36 employers in Oregon filed a legal brief with the US District Court earlier this week urging the court to end the state's ban on marriage equality. Nike, Northwest Natural, Columbia Sportswear, Standard Insurance Company, and PGE are among those, all based in Oregon, who filed the amicus brief.
A new Quinnipiac poll found that a majority of voters in Virginia support marriage for same-sex couples.
Bill Schuette, the Republican Attorney General for the state of Michigan, has publicly denounced a group called Traditionalist Youth Network for an amicus brief it filed against marriage equality. But what is really astounding is just how run-of-the-mill this brief really is.
Today certainly is a historical day for marriage equality as first LGBT couples get their marriage licenses.