by Ian Millhiser Jun 15, 2015
Though his opinion never mentions same-sex marriage or the rights of LGBT Americans directly, it is hard to imagine that Scalia did not have the battle over marriage equality on his mind when he wrote the plurality opinion in Kerry v. Din.
by Zack Ford Jun 15, 2015
Same-sex couples can now marry all over Mexico, but it's been a long judicial process.
by Judd Legum Jun 15, 2015 Updated: Jun 15, 2015
The group placed a full-page ad in the Washington Post last week.
by Zack Ford Jun 11, 2015
Both North Carolina's House and Senate have insisted that state magistrates have the right to refuse to officiate marriages.
by Zack Ford May 29, 2015
A bill that would have allowed state officials to refuse to officiate marriages for religious reasons will not become law.
by Ian Millhiser May 28, 2015
Religious liberty, Alabama-style.
by Zack Ford May 28, 2015
None of Texas anti-LGBT bills prevailed, but Senators still made it clear where they stand.
by Zack Ford May 27, 2015
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore thinks Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg isn't impartial on same-sex marriage. Here's why he has that backwards.
by Scott Keyes May 27, 2015
It's hard to remember all the absurd statements Rick Santorum has made over the years. Here are some you may have forgotten.
by Zack Ford May 26, 2015
Rubio is worried that opposing marriage equality will soon be considered hateful, rejecting the possibility that it already is.