Blog Entries by Juliann DiNicola

New federal lawsuit challenges marriage ban in Colorado following 10th Circuit ruling

Today, six same-sex couples from across Colorado filed a federal lawsuit challenging Colorado’s ban on the freedom to marry. A separate case was also heard last month, on June 16th, seeking the freedom to marry.

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A step forward in Indiana: House amends HJR-3 to remove second sentence

On January 27, the Indiana House of Representatives approved an amendment to the proposed anti-freedom constitutional amendment HJR-3, bringing Hoosiers closer than ever to defeating the bill.

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After 50 years of commitment, this Navy veteran and his partner need the freedom to marry

Jim and Pat hope that they will be able to marry, legally, in Illinois soon. Until then, Jim plans to continue his advocacy work in Illinois, including sharing his story with elected officials to show why marriage matters to him and Pat.

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