by Zack Ford Jan 25, 2016
Several lawmakers support a suit that claims the Supreme Court overruled Tennessee's entire marriage law and thus no licenses are valid in the state.
by Zack Ford Jan 20, 2016
Defying the Supreme Court could cost Tennessee in $8.5 billion in federal funding for health care and poverty programs, but these lawmakers are going for it.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 27, 2015
“The Supreme Court’s decision is not effective immediately in Mississippi," Attorney General Jim Hood said.
by Zack Ford Mar 21, 2014
Tennessee failed to persuade a judge that it shouldn't have to recognize three same-sex couples' marriages while their case proceeds.
by Igor Volsky Mar 15, 2014
"At this point, all signs indicate that, in the eyes of the United States Constitution, the plaintiffs' marriages will be placed on an equal footing with those of heterosexual couples," the judge said.
by Zack Ford Aug 13, 2013
Tennessee conservatives are concerned the marriage equality fight is coming to their state because they don't understand how gay and lesbian couples are "complementary." Maybe they should just ask.