Gay marriage proponents launched a campaign Monday to change the Arizona constitution’s definition of marriage a mere five years after voters approved a state constitutional ban on same-sex marriages and as the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to weigh in this month on the national debate on marriage equality.
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Media coverage around the time the U.S. Supreme Court was considering the same-sex marriage issue shows news reports had much more from supporters than opponents, a study released Monday concluded.
Supporters await a U.S. Supreme Court decision that will determine whether California’s voter-enacted ban on gay marriages lives or dies.
King has scheduled a news conference Thursday in Albuquerque about a request for a nonbinding opinion by his office on whether same-sex couples can be legally married in the state.
Organizers seeking to overturn the state’s ban on same-sex marriage say they’re aiming to put the issue before voters in 2014.
Movie director Kim Jho Gwangsoo surprised many last month by announcing he will symbolically tie the knot with his longtime male partner Sept. 7, in the highest-profile ceremony of its kind ever in South Korea.
A push to allow gay marriage in Illinois has failed, despite last-minute urging from President Barack Obama and months of lobbying efforts to make the solidly Democratic, Midwestern state the 13th in the country to approve it.
Between speaking gigs, radio and TV appearances and the syndicated sex-advice column he writes from a desk that belonged to Ann Landers, Savage managed another book, “American Savage,” out this week from Dutton.
LaShawn Ford, a Chicago Democrat, said Tuesday a “majority of constituents” in his district support of the legislation, which would make Illinois the 13th state to allow same-sex marriage.
The French city of Montpellier witnessed history Wednesday when its mayor officiated the nation’s first same-sex wedding in front of hundreds of guests.