A first big step was passed for the state of Rhode Island where the House of Representatives approved the bill to legalize marriage equality.
It will be necessary to wait the November 2014 election to hope for a legalization of marriage equality in Ohio.
In Nevada, the constitution's language allows only opposite couples to marry. LGBT groups push a resolution which would remove this language from the constitution.
Delaware could follow Rhode Island and also legalize marriage equality soon.
As I told you a few days ago, senators are ready for future elections and started, ones after the others, to support marriage equality.
The northern Michigan Indian tribal council approved the recognition of marriage equality.
Saturday at midnight the law allowing marriage equality will take effect in the state of Maine.
The governor of Minnesota Mark Dayton stated he wants "Minnesota to be a state which affirms that freedom for one means freedom for everyone, and where no one is told that it is illegal to marry the person you love."
Perhaps you already heard about Senator Ed Murray on Lezbelib because it is thanks to him that marriage equality was approved in the state of Washington.
Today, he wishes "to put his marker down."
"I’d like to be mayor, I’d like to run for mayor, and so need to leave my options open," he added.
While knowing that their request would be refused, 5 lesbian couples applied for licences of marriage in Forrest County, Mississippi to show the desire of the LGBTQ community of all the Southern states to obtain also more rights.