The ACLU of Michigan filed a lawsuit against the state and its "religious freedom" law.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has approved a bill that will allow adoption agencies to discriminate same-sex couples.
The Senators of Texas have approved a bill allowing adoption agencies to discriminate against LGBT couples.
After approval by Alabama legislators, the House Bill 24 is now headed to the governor's desk.
By a 533-41 vote, the European Parliament has just approved an "automatic cross-border recognition of domestic adoption orders" across the EU, including adoptions made by same-sex parents.
The last round of the primaries of the French Republican party was held on November 20, and François Fillon, the most conservative candidate, was chosen.
The child-welfare agency in the state of Illinois describes the situation as desperate for thousands of young LGBT people.
The court of Rome has struck again, taking a decision in favor of a lesbian couple and their children.
A few weeks ago, there has been a judge of Puerto Rico who had upheld the marriage equality ban, whereas the decision of the Supreme Court did not include US territories such as Puerto Rico as the world "territory" does not appear in the text.
US District Judge Robert Hinkle did not like that state officials regard the marriage law as non-existent, especially because he is the judge who had changed it to allow marriage equality.
Indeed, Judge Hinkle had repealed the marriage protection law in August 2014 and his decision was to take effect in January 2015.
So he decided to regard this attempt by state officials in a movement they called "for a history of resistance against same-sex marriage" as totally unconstitutional.