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Couple Who Sued Over Texas' Ban on Gay Marriage Marry

One of the same-sex couples who had challenged Texas' constitutional ban on gay marriage has finally tied the knot.

Clerical Error Led to Costa Rica's First Legal Gay Marriage

INTERNATIONAL | By Javier Cordoba | Nov 13
Elizondo and her partner exploited a simple clerical error from nearly a quarter-century ago to become Costa Rica's first legally married gay couple - at least briefly - and high-profile protagonists in the country's debate over gay marriage.

Gay Pokemon Wedding Proposal is the Cutest Thing You'll See Today

A man took to his Tumblr last month and posted photos of what may be the nerdiest and cutest wedding proposal ever.

Ohio To Pay Attorneys' Fees For Legal Battle Over Gay Marriage

The state has agreed to pay $1.3 million in attorneys' fees and expenses to the law firm that handled the challenges of Ohio's gay marriage ban.

AP-GfK Poll: Clerks Must Issue Gay Marriage Licenses

NATIONAL | By Laurie Kellman and Emily Swanson | Oct 30
For the first time, most Americans expect government officials to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, even over religious objections.

Nevada to Pay $615k After Losing Gay Marriage Fight Court

A Nevada board has approved a $615,000 payment to lawyers who successfully challenged the state's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.

Sotomayor Officiates at Same-Sex Wedding in Washington

Justice Sonia Sotomayor has presided over the same-sex wedding of the owners of a Washington consulting firm that focuses on Hispanic and gay rights issues.

Generation Tux Launches Search for First Couple of 2016

FASHION | Oct 12
Generation Tux -- the new online suit and tuxedo rental company -- has announced the "First Couple of 2016" contest.

Gay Couples Want Kentucky Clerk to Reissue Marriage Licenses

NATIONAL | By Adam Beam and Claire Galofaro | Sep 22
Gay couples in Kentucky are questioning the validity of altered marriage licenses issued by a defiant county clerk and have asked a federal judge to order her to reissue the licenses or put the office in receivership and have someone else do it.

Lesbian Couple Gets License at Clerk's Office

A same-sex couple has received a marriage license in Rowan County, the first to be issued since clerk Kim Davis returned to work after being jailed for defying a federal judge.

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