As the United States Supreme Court prepares to hear oral arguments that could bring marriage equality nationwide, Freedom to Marry is starting an online campaign with #LoveMustWin.
The Colorado Republican Party has invited the Log Cabin Republicans to join them at their booth for the upcoming Western Conservative Summit after the gay GOP group was uninvited to set up by the conference organizers.
A judge in Kentucky ruled this week that the state’s gay marriage ban is unconstitutional, but gay couples must wait until the Supreme Court issues their ruling to find out whether or not they will be allowed to legally marry.
Until now Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has said she supports the expansion of gay marriage rights on a state-by-state basis, however this week she took her stance a step further. With a Supreme Court case coming up that could decide gay marriage on the national level, Hillary says she wants the highest court in the land to rule in favor of marriage equality.
The U.S. territory of Guam finds itself in limbo when it comes to whether or not gay marriages will be performed or not. The attorney general directed officials on Wednesday to begin immediately processing marriage application submitted by same-sex couples, but the director of the Department of Public Health and Social Services says it won’t happen “until further notice.”