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Marriage Equality

Law firm tells clerks gay marriage order affects just one Florida county

Greenberg Traurig, the law firm for the association representing Florida's 67 court clerks, warned that a federal judge's ruling overturning the state ban on gay marriage only applies to one Panhandle county, Washington County, the only place named in the lawsuit.

U.S. consul to marry his Turkish boyfriend

U.S. Consul General to Istanbul Charles F. Hunter is preparing to marry his Turkish boyfriend soon in the United States, several Turkish media claims.

Cost to fight gay marriage? South Carolina may have to pay $153K

Paying taxpayer dollars to gay rights groups would put the AG – an avowed opponent of same-sex marriage – in the ironic position of having gambled he could stop gay marriage in South Carolina, but losing in such a way that resulted in public money going to gay causes.

Gays or lesbians: Who are more likely to marry?

A series of analyses based on data gathered from state administrative agencies in early 2014 show patterns of relationship recognition for same-sex couples across the U.S.

Florida: AG mum about gay marriage ruling

Will Florida’s Attorney General continue to fight same sex marriage? As Matt Galka tells us, with a date set for gay marriage licenses to be handed out, that question remains unanswered.

Kentucky asks U.S Supreme Court to hear marriage equality case

Kentucky officials file a brief in support of a writ of certiorari calling on the U.S. Supreme Court to take up Love v. Beshear, the case challenging the state’s ban on marriage equality.