Adam EbbinMark Sickles



While marriage equality is now possible in all American states since the decision of the Supreme Court last year, a further 30 states have undeleted laws prohibiting marriage between persons of the same sex. Two lawmakers from northern Virginia say it's time to remove them.



The U.S. Supreme Court decided to postpone the decision of a Court of Appeal repealing the ban on marriage equality in Virginia.



It was thought that perhaps the Courts of Appeals do not take decision on marriage equality and would send the case to the U.S. Supreme Court but the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals confirmed that the ban on equal marriage in Virginia is unconstitutional!



                                               Twenty-eight companies decided to express their support for marriage equality in Virginia and urge the Court of Appeals to declare invalid the equal marriage ban.

Mark Herring


The new Virginia's Attorney General embarkes on a battle against the marriage equality ban of his state.




The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided to hear the case of Virginia's marriage equality in May.




In Virginia, last week, a federal judge ruled the marriage equality ban unconstitutional but we suspected that the opponents to LGBTQ rights were going to appeal the decision and actually, this appeal was introduced on Monday. 





It went well in Virginia where a federal judge ruled the marriage equality ban unconstitutional.


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