Same-Sex Marriages’ Time Will Come

Same-Sex Marriages’ Time Will Come

The fight for same-sex marriage keeps good company. It began almost 42 years ago on Oct. 10, 1972, when the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the denial of a Minnesota couple’s right to marry. That couple’s fight began in May, 1970, when a clerk refused to issue them a marriage license because they were gay. In Jan. of […]

Same-Sex Marriage Ban Lifted in Indiana

Same-Sex Marriage Ban Lifted in Indiana

Indiana, the 19th state to join the union, has become the 19th state to legalize same-sex marriage after its ban had been declared unconstitutional and lifted. The news marked a milestone in the history of the state as couples rushed to courthouses to tie the knot in matrimony, something denied them until now. This is only […]

Same Sex Marriage Ban to Remain in Place in Michigan

Same Sex Marriage Ban to Remain in Place in Michigan

A three-judge panel of the U.S. 6th Circuit of Appeals voted two to one in favor of allowing a same-sex marriage ban to remain in place in Michigan. This comes hot on the heels of the state’s first round of same-sex marriages performed over the weekend, which will now not be recognized by state officials. […]