The Supreme Court of the United States has issued a verdict in favor of a lesbian couple in Arkansas wishing to have their two names registered on their child's birth certificate.
Eight married lesbian couples oppose Indiana law deemed discriminatory because it prevents the two mothers to be listed on the birth certificate of their children.
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Indeed, Judge Hinkle had repealed the marriage protection law in August 2014 and his decision was to take effect in January 2015.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.
Several bills related to the LGBT community are about to be voted or not by Florida lawmakers.
California Assembly approved two measures which will allow a faster recognition and a better access on campuses for trangenders.