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.
Whereas Oregon could become the next state to legalize marriage equality and that the things also advance in Michigan, in Indiana, on the contrary, a constitutional amendment against marriage equality could be voted by the legislators the next year.
According to a new poll, voters of New Jersey want a referendum on gay marriage.
In Houston, LGBT activists launch a petition to obtain a referendum in order to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation in employment, public accomodations and housing and that the city grants health insurance benefits to the unmarried partners of city employees.
Even if marriage equality is not legalized in Ireland yet, the government will allow a recognition of same-sex couples who got married in the other countries of the United Kingdom where equal marriage was approved, and the recognition could then be extended to marriages performed in other countries.
The Senate of North Carolina voted for the referendum on gay marriage in 2012.
The House of North Carolina approved a voter referendum in 2012 to ban gay marriage of the constitution of the state.