The administration of Andrews University, a Christian university of Michigan, refused to hold a bake sale to benefit LGBT homeless youth.
A pediatrician from Roseville, Michigan, refused to care for a baby because of the sexual orientation of the baby's parents.
The Michigan House approved a bill that would allow discrimination of LGBT persons protected by religious belief.
The equal marriage is legalized in one state while a Court of Appeals refused to confirm the repeal of the marriage equality ban in 4 US states.
After firing a lesbian teacher because that one is pregnant, the Marian High School in Detroit has decided to review its policy.
Wednesday, the largest attack against the ban on equal marriage will take place in Cincinnati.
State Rep. Adam Zemke introduced a bill to ban "ex-gay" therapy to minors in Michigan.
Whereas the attempt at repealing the marriage equality ban is currently outstanding, one wondered the other day if the 300 marriages performed by same-sex couples between the day when a federal court repeal the ban and the day when the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals decided to suspend the possibility of marrying, were finally going to be recognized.
Many news were released these last days. Here thus a summary of each one of them for the United States. Another summary will be also published for Asia, Africa and Oceania as well as for Europe on tomorrow.
Let's begin this summary with the great news from Michigan where, after several months of waiting, a federal judge repeal the marriage equality ban!