A New York court has just issued its verdict on a discriminatory act that took place in the state two years earlier.
Some days ago, we wondered if the Unicoi County in Tennessee could or not going to find a way not to comply with the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, which legalized equal marriage in June. Here's a first good news.
Rev. Cynthia Meyer came out as a lesbian during a sermon in front of the congregation of Edgerton United Methodist Church in Kansas. She has told congregants that "the Lord has led me here to share my whole truth with you."
Despite an order of the Supreme Court of Alabama and Judge Roy Moore which indicates to officials of the state that not issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples is a "ministerial duty," Mobile county officials resumed issuing of licenses, accepting all couples.
Will Unicoi County become the next county in Tennessee to refuse same-sex marriages again?