Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Roy Moore, who had been suspended for his anti-equal marriage orders, would like to become a U.S. senator.
Last week anti-LGBT laws arrived on the desk of governors of Tennessee and Alabama. Unfortunately, they signed these bills into law.
After approval by Alabama legislators, the House Bill 24 is now headed to the governor's desk.
Representative Anthony Kern introduced two bills (HB 2293 and HB 2294) against the rights of transgender people.
In at least eight counties of Alabama, probate judges still refuse to issue marriage licenses by opposition to equal marriage.
The Beloved Community Church in Avondale, Alabama, which is affiliated with the United Church of Christ, just elected as the new pastor an openly lesbian Reverend, Jennifer Sanders.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about Roy Moore, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama, who was to appear before the Alabama Court of the Judiciary after he issued an order to state's probate judges, in charge of issuing marriage licenses, to oppose equal marriage and thus go against the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States. He faced a suspension.
The federal government of Alabama has just published a new study that allows to know in which corner of the state married same-sex couples live.
Today will be taking a decision on whether Chief Justice Roy Moore, who had issued an order against same-sex marriages should keep his job or be removed.
The city of Oxford in Alabama will now ask you to pay a $500 fine, in the best case, for the use of "wrong" restroom.