Topics :: marriage protection
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By Winnie McCroy | Friday Jul 4, 2014
On July 3, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon announced that UN employees who had legally married would see those unions recognized, even if they weren’t recognized in their home countries.
By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Oct 31, 2013
Per a new law passed in Philadelphia on Oct. 24, all new or renovated city-owned buildings must now include gender-neutral bathrooms.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Oct 21, 2013
Four same-sex couples have filed a lawsuit that challenges Tennessee’s law that defines marriage as between one man and one woman.
By Shaun Knittel | Friday Mar 22, 2013
It has been more than a year since Washington legalized same-sex unions, with marriages beginning this December, but early data already shows that the legislation has boosted the local economy.
By Todd Richmond | Saturday Dec 22, 2012
Gay rights advocates scored a major win when an appeals court ruled Wisconsin’s domestic partnership registry was constitutional, but conservatives pledge to take the case to the State Supreme Court.
Wednesday Nov 14, 2012
To commemorate Maine’s legalization of gay marriage, couples are invited to tie the knot while enjoying an intimate weekend getaway at one of three of Kennebunkport’s leading boutique hotels.
Saturday Oct 6, 2012
The National Engagement Party is a series of house parties and sponsored events all over the country that will raise money for the states voting on the freedom to marry on Election Day.
More Florida Mayors Sign Gay Marriage Pledge, Miami’s Regalado and Fort Lauderdale’s Seiler Still Haven’t
By Gideon Grudo | Friday Jun 29, 2012
Of Florida’s 410 cities, town and villages, 21 have signed the Mayors for Marriage pledge.
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.
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