Gay marriage is legal in 32 of the United States of America, but what about the other 18 states? The guardian.com gives a great breakdown of where the states with gay marriage bans currently stand.
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A Methodist pastor who was previously disciplined for officiated the wedding of his gay son will be allowed to remain an ordained minister with the church.
Wyoming became the 32nd state to legalize same-sex marriage on Tuesday when legislators filed a legal notice refusing to defend the recently overturned gay marriage ban.
City officials in Coeur d‘Alene, Idaho are telling pastors they must performance marriages for gay couples, or they will be fined and thrown in jail. That’s because the city has an ordinance that prevents discrimination based on sexual orientation, and now Christian pastors must uphold the city’s policy since a judge recently declared Idaho’s ban on gay marriage unconstitutional.