A federal judge in Georgia has signed an order that makes unenforceable the prohibition of marriage between same-sex couples.
Same sex married couples, who do not previously benefited from all social security benefits because their state or country does not recognize their marriage and who had previously filed claims, will benefit from such services as any married couple.
After the cancellation of the equal marriage ban has been confirmed in Arkansas, it is now the turn of Nebraska to do the same.
That's it, we won! The U.S. Supreme Court legalized marriage equality across the country on this day of celebration of the first Gay Pride!
A judge has repealed again the equal marriage ban in Kentucky but immediately put the case on hold, pending the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court.
From next week, the marriage could be allowed to same-sex couples in Alabama, whether the Attorney General like it or not.
We can say that they have taken their time to decide but this time, this is it, the judges of the U.S. Supreme Court will decide on the equal marriage.
The judges of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals announced Friday their refusal to hold a new hearing on the prohibition of marriage in Idaho they had struck down last October.
Will DOMA be finally completely repealed?
Yesterday, Florida became the 36th state to legalize marriage equality and the first marriages has already taken place.