Governor Jack Markell said in an interview that Delaware could legalize gay marriage in the next year.
A new poll organized in Maryland shows that 54% of voters are favorable to a law allowing marriage for gay and lesbian couples what is auspicious a few months before the referendum.
Next November, referendums on gay marriage will start in 4 states: Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington. HRC just says that it will invest $1 million divided between the 4 states.
Yesterday, New York celebrated one year of gay marriage.
Gay marriage in Washington was blocked from taking effect Wednesday. The opposents gathered sufficient signatures to have a public vote in November.
Opponents to gay marriage in Maryland started to submit signatures to the state Board of Elections in an effort to have a referendum in November.
A new survey come and confirm other surveys which were conducted previously concerning the support on gay marriage by Americans.
A new study shows New Jersey voters think gay marriage issue should be placed on the Ballot in November even if their support grows in favor of the law.
After opponents to gay marriage in California asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their arguments, it is now the supporters' turn to require the Supreme court not to hear the case.
One often read about opposents who collect signatures in order to overturn laws giving us more rights but they are not the only ones being able to do it. In Maine, the Secretary of State checked some signatures confirming that the gay marriage legalization to place a Citizens’ Initiative will be on the November ballot.