By Josh Israel on December 23, 2013
In a narrow ruling Monday, U.S. District Judge Timothy Black ruled that Ohio may not discriminate against same-sex couples who legally marry in another state when processing death certificates.
By Zack Ford on September 25, 2013
The Ohio lawsuit seeking to have same-sex spouses recognized on death certificates has been expanded to include all same-sex couples in the state.
By Josh Israel on September 11, 2013
A rundown of the legal challenges, legislative efforts, and referendum processes in states that do not yet have civil marriage.
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By Zack Ford on September 3, 2013
A new couple has joined the Ohio lawsuit, and a federal judge has already ruled that the widower must be recognized as his late husband's surviving spouse.
By Zack Ford on July 30, 2013
A dying Ohio man just wants his marriage to be recognized, but NPR thought it important to let anti-gay activists trivialize his death wish.
By Zack Ford on July 26, 2013
The National Organization for Marriage cares more about what it calls "lawlessness" than a dying man's death wish to have his marriage recognized.
By Josh Israel on July 22, 2013
A federal judge granted an Ohio couple a temporary order on Monday, blocking the state from imposing its constitutional marriage ban.
By Zack Ford on July 22, 2013
An Ohio gay couple is suing to have their marriage recognized before ALS claims one of their lives.
By Josh Israel on July 17, 2013
By Scott Keyes on July 8, 2013