Despite the legalization of marriage equality by the Supreme Court of the United States, many states such as Nevada have retained the same-sex marriage ban in state laws even if they are invalid.
In South Carolina, a group of young conservatives tries to convince the Republican party to remove from its platform five key passages against the equal marriage before the party convention in 2016.
On Friday, the Obama administration announced that it would recognize same-sex marriages in seven states.
Monday, 5 states legalized marriage equality. Today, others have been added to the list!
It took nine days to the judges of the 7th Circuit court of appeals to decide to repeal the prohibitions in Indiana and Wisconsin, will the 9th Circuit court of appeals do better in terms of marriage equality bans of Idaho, Nevada and Hawaii?
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!
The Governor of Nevada, Brian Sandoval, has the bill which could ban job discrimination for transgenders.
In 10 years, the number of self-identified gay and lesbian couples in United-States has almost doubled according to 2010 Census.
Governor of Nevada, Brian Sandoval, signed the law allowing a protection of the transgenders in workplace.