As planned, the judges of the US Supreme Court met Friday in order to decide if they agreed to hear the cases against the defense of marriage act (DOMA) and against the bans on marriage equality in US states but for the present, no decision has been made.
A few days ago, I told you that apparently Mallory Owens had not been victim of a hate crime while specifying that, despite everything, her family persisted in the hate crime idea, which seemed a little bit strange. I had concluded by writing that we were going to know the truth on December 10th when Travis Hawkins will go to court for his arraignment.
We don't have to wait anymore, Mallory has finally released a statement today. She confides that her life is still in danger, that it was not the first time that Travis attacked her and that he just has one idea: to finish what he began, in other words, to kill her.
Susan Johnson, South Lyon performing arts teacher, was suspended without pay. But what happened? Well, she has allowed one of her student to play a song on gay marriage.
Friday, the US Supreme court will deal or not with whether the bans on marriage equality in a lot of states are unconstitutional.
What did really happen to Mallory Owens? Why was she brutally attacked by the brother of her girlfriend? These are the questions we have especially after Mallory revealed that it was not a hate crime.
In the county of St Louis in Missouri, the council passed an ordinance adding to the anti-discrimination and crime of hatred laws, the terms 'sexual orientation' and 'gender identity'.
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.
That's terrible! During the Thanksgiving day, Mallory Owens, 23, was very violently attacked by the brother of her girlfriend in the city of Mobile in Alabama.
And if Oregon became the next state to legalize marriage equality?
The Governor of California Jerry Brown appointed Jim Humes, an openly gay judge to serve in the California Court of Appeals, and also appointed Paula S. Rosenstein, a lesbian attorney to a court seat in San Diego County Superior Court.