Angie and Kami Roe, a married lesbian couple, and the ACLU filed a complaint against the Utah vital records office.
This year, the voters of Oregon will probably have to rule on two issues related to the LGBT community.
This is not one but seven couples who join the group ACLU to challenge the marriage equality ban in Nebraska.
The governor of North Carolina, Pat McCrory, issued a non-discrimination executive order in hiring. This is great! Except that, in this order, there is no question of the protection of individuals against discrimination based on sexual orientation.
When I announced to you the launching of a challenge in South Dakota, I had told you that there was a strong chance so that a challenge in North Dakota is also launched. Well, that was confirmed!
Last week, we were glad to learn that, considering the bill prohibiting same-sex marriage was not going to go to the 2014 ballot in Indiana, same-sex couples had then gone on the offensive and had launched a challenge to try to legalize the equal marriage. A few days later, four other challenges were launched in Indiana!
Last year, we had spoken about Diane and Taeko who had wanted to stay in a Bed & Breakfast in Honolulu, Hawaii. Its owner had then refused to host them saying she felt uncomfortable to have lesbians in her house.