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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.
A Republican-led Missouri House committee plans to hold a hearing on measures seeking to impeach Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon.
The first couple has gotten in line in Cook County to get a same-sex marriage license.
The Indiana Senate’s decision to advance a proposed ban on gay marriage without also blocking civil unions has reset the clock on the issue getting to voters, setting the stage for continuing fights for at least two years.
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed the state’s marriage equality bill into law on Wednesday evening, and while same-sex couples were rejoicing in LGBT progress, one Catholic bishop was battling Satan by holding an exorcism ceremony.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is expected to sign a bill Wednesday making Illinois the 16th state to legalize gay marriage.
About 50 ministers are giving their symbolic support to a colleague facing sanctions from the United Methodist Church by participating in a same-sex wedding ceremony.
Lawmakers and gay marriage activist are unsure when Illinois’ legislature will hear its gay marriage bill.
A Utah gay man was surprised when his partner proposed marriage to him at a local Home Depot, via a flash mob.
With help from out-of-state groups, the Rhode Island chapter of the National Organization for Marriage has continued to rally opposition on the state’s same-sex marriage bill now before the state senate.
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