TOMORROW: Follow our live blog at the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals

On April 10 and April 17, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals will kick off a new wave of activity in federal appellate courts across the country when it hears oral arguments in two cases - one from Utah and one from Oklahoma - seeking the freedom to marry. Follow along with Freedom to Marry throughout the day on both days.

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Federal judge will issue ruling that Ohio must respect same-sex couples’ marriages

Today, during the closing arguments of a hearing in Henry v. Wymyslo, U.S. District Court judge Timothy Black announced that he would issue a ruling within ten days, and that he anticipates striking down part of Ohio's anti-marriage law.

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This week, 10th Circuit Appeals Court kicks off wave of appellate arguments

April kicks off another chapter in our campaign to win marriage nationwide: On the 10th and 17th, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit will hear oral arguments in Denver, Colorado on the first marriage cases to reach the appellate level, from Utah and Oklahoma, respectively.

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Litigation Round-Up: Where the freedom to marry stands in the appeals courts

After last Friday's amazing victory in Michigan - which resulted in several hours of the freedom to marry in some Michigan counties on Saturday - it's a good time to check in on the state of marriage litigation across the country.

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Federal judge in Michigan strikes down marriage ban after landmark trial

Today, March 21, 2014, U.S. District Court Judge Bernard Friedman, a Reagan appointee, ruled that laws in Michigan prohibiting same-sex couples from marrying are unconstitutional.

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Oral History: OK marriage case plaintiffs recount 9 years of working toward victory

Now, as all eyes shift to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, where a decision striking down the marriage ban in Utah is also being appealed - Freedom to Marry caught up with Mary and Sharon to reflect on the past ten years, the decision day, and their hopes for the future.

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Federal judge rules Tennessee must respect marriages of 3 same-sex couples

On March 14, 2014, U.S. District Court Judge Aleta Trauger ruled that state officials must respect the marriages of three same-sex couples whose lawsuit challenges the state’s marriage ban.

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New lawsuits in Arizona, Florida and Indiana call for the freedom to marry

On March 13, a trio of federal lawsuits concerning marriage protections for same-sex couples, were filed in three different states. The cases - filed in Arizona, Florida, and Indiana - join more than 50 other lawsuits where same-sex couples are seeking the freedom to marry.

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Kentucky Attorney General will not appeal federal judge’s ruling in marriage case

Today, Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway announced that he would not appeal a federal judge's Feb. 12 opinion ordering the state to respect the marriages of same-sex couples legally performed in other states.

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With final order, judge says Kentucky must recognize same-sex couples’ marriages

Today, U.S. District Court Judge John Heyburn finalized his February 12 decision in Bourke v. Beshear. Effective immediately, legally married same-sex couples are recognized as such by the state of Kentucky.

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