After 2013's SCOTUS ruling that struck down parts of the discriminatory "Defense of Marriage Act" (DOMA), 2014 saw great advancement for marriage equality in the United States as fifteen more states became places where same-sex couples can legally marry. Read more about the states that made marriage equality the law of the land this year below.
Following the Supreme Court's denial to hear marriage equality cases, five states' attorneys general, county clerks, and thousands of couples are preparing to mobilize.
Today, the US Supreme Court denied hearings for all five of the cases before it.
A three-judge appeals court panel has rules that both Wisconsin's and Indiana's bans on marriage equality unconstitutional today.
People are lining up outside of the 7th Circuit Court in Chicago for hearings in two cases on marriage equality. The cases challenge Indiana and Wisconsin's marriage bans.
During the month of June Wisconsin Public Radio's "Central Time" is featuring stories from the LGBT community of Wisconsin to celebrate Pride month.
Last Friday, North Dakota became the final state to file a lawsuit that challenges the ban on marriage for same-sex couples.
Milwaukee Magazine says marriage equality is good for state economy, but the cover photo prompts censorship
Milwaukee Magazine featured a couple—two women in wedding gowns—on its latest cover, and one local shopper was not amused.
The Victory Fund has announced and Fox News has projected that Wisconsin U.S. Representative Tammy Baldwin tonight will become the first openly gay person ever elected to the Senate in America's history.