This year, the voters of Oregon will probably have to rule on two issues related to the LGBT community.
The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has attempted to prohibit marriage equality in Oregon again but the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected its request.
A federal appeals court in Oregon rejected the request of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) calling the right to appeal the judge's ruling that allowed the equal marriage in the state.
After Utah, Oklahoma, Texas and the others, Oregon is added to the list of states in which challenges against marriage equality bans are launched. Indeed, last year, two lawsuits had been launched in Oregon but, contrary to Texas, the LGBT rights advocates hoped to see the two trials consolidated.