By Scott Keyes on November 19, 2013
"I want to do something practical that will really clean up the streets," said State Rep. Tom Brower.
By Zack Ford on November 14, 2013
A lawsuit filed by an opponent of Hawaii's new marriage equality law did not get very far.
The Family Research Council is all too eager to thank Hawaii state Rep. Jo Jordan (D) for voting against marriage equality, because it provides them another opportunity to demonize the gay community.
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By Zack Ford on November 13, 2013
Hawaii's marriage equality bill has been officially signed into law.
By Zack Ford on November 9, 2013
The Hawaii House of Representative granted its final approval of marriage equality, but it was a long day of obstruction from opponents before the vote.
By Zack Ford on November 7, 2013
Hawaii state Rep. Jo Jordan (D) has the distinction of being the first openly gay or lesbian lawmaker to cast a vote against marriage equality.
Despite many hours of delay tactics, proposed amendments, and loud anti-gay protesters, the Hawaii House passed marriage equality on second reading, putting it on course to pass final reading on Friday.
By Zack Ford on November 5, 2013
Upon the conclusion of an epic five days of testimony, the Hawaii House Judicial and Finance Committees have advance marriage equality legislation.
Hawaii's conservative Christians are trying to delay a vote on marriage equality with thousands signed up to testify, but the strategy may shine a bit too much sunlight on their homophobia.
By Zack Ford on November 1, 2013
Through religious exemptions and lawsuits, Hawaii House Republicans are trying to block marriage equality, but their efforts don't seem likely to prevail.