Topics :: divorce
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By Tom Breen | Thursday Sep 15, 2011
Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson told his "700 Club" viewers that divorcing a spouse with Alzheimer’s is justifiable because the disease is "a kind of death."
By Peter Cassels | Monday Aug 8, 2011
The most often argument against gay marriage is that it undermines the institution. But divorce rates continue to be low in states that legalized gay marriage. The highest divorce rates? The most devout, in the Bible Belt.
By Jamie Stengle | Monday Jan 10, 2011
The Texas attorney general can’t block a divorce granted to two women who were legally married elsewhere, an appeals court ruled Friday.
By Cathy Bussewitz | Monday Jun 14, 2010
The wife of a Southern California police detective tries to hire a hit man to kill him. Later, she gets half the couple’s assets. A new law aims to prevent similar future cases.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Dec 7, 2009
Marriage--like all GLBT civil rights--is bound to be a legislative back and forth. More interesting than headlines about New York, Maine, or Washington is a California man daring the anti-gay marriage crowd to do something that will really protect marriage: outlaw divorce.
By Judy Lin | Tuesday Dec 1, 2009
A California anti-divorce effort is meant to be a satirical statement after California voters outlawed gay marriage in 2008, largely on the argument that a ban is needed to protect the sanctity of traditional marriage.
By John Wright | Monday Oct 12, 2009
Ruling in divorce case compared to late judge’s historic 1982 decision striking down Texas’ sodomy law.
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