by Zack Ford Sep 18, 2015
Despite nationwide marriage equality, civil unions are still relevant to a discrimination complaint resolved this week in Illinois.
by Zack Ford Aug 4, 2014
For the third time in as many weeks, a Florida state judge has ruled against the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
by Zack Ford Jul 10, 2014
A Colorado state judge explained clearly and concisely why the state's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
by Rebecca Leber Mar 5, 2014
Pope Francis appeared to support governments that recognize civil unions to provide non-traditional couples with access to benefits.
by Zack Ford Sep 27, 2013
A New Jersey judge has ruled that same-sex couples must have access to marriage, a decision that will take effect October 21 if it is not stayed by the appeals process.
by Zack Ford Sep 10, 2013
The Hawaii legislation will convene for a special session in October to consider marriage equality legislation.
by Zack Ford Aug 5, 2013
According to New Jersey officials, civil unions may be unequal for same-sex couples, but that's apparently not the state's fault.
by Zack Ford Jul 30, 2013
A lesbian widow has won the survivor benefits of her late wife, but the case avoids answering too many new questions about how the federal government recognizes same-sex marriages.
by Zack Ford Jul 8, 2013
by Zack Ford Jun 27, 2013