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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.
"My Big Gay (Il)legal Wedding" is an initiative that advocates for marriage equality in a unique way that's already gaining national attention.
Time Magazine has released its Person of the Year edition, and third on the list is Edith Windsor.
An Illinois state court has granted a temporary restraining order to Vernita Gray and her soon to be wife Patricia Ewert, so the two can get married before the effective date of Illinois' recently signed marriage equality law and before Vernita possibly loses her battle with cancer.
Chicago's La Raza newspaper did a great job covering marriage equality with a story that appropriately emphasized the joy felt by the LGBT Latino/a community.
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed the states Marriage Equality Bill into law.
Testimony against marriage equality in Michigan includes "scholars" whose biases carry more weight than their research
People Magazine profiled Lisa Dumaw and Therese Pieper, who made a journey from Boulder, Colorado, to Woodstock, New York, to be legally married before Lisa died of cancer.
The president had quite a few words of praise for Hawaii, which earlier this week became the 16th state to welcome marriage equality. PinkNews, Gay Star News, LGBT Weekly, and The Huffington Post are among the many sources sharing his message.
The Campaign Southern Equality released a new video in their ongoing "We Do" campaign. The "We Do" campaign encourages LGBT couples in southern states to apply for marriage licenses in their local counties.