POLL: New Mexico residents want the NM Supreme Court to rule in favor of marriage

This week a new poll from New Mexico demonstrated majority support for the freedom to marry, with 53 percent of voters saying they support a ruling from the New Mexico Supreme Court this year declaring the freedom to marry across the state.

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Winning More States: How marriage moved forward in 8 states this week

Coming off of June's historic victories at the Supreme Court, marriage supporters are working harder than ever in more states than ever in an effort to win marriage in more states and grow public support for marriage. Here's a look at how marriage has moved forward in eight key states this month!

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New Mexico Supreme Court announces date for marriage hearing

The New Mexico Supreme Court has announced that it has set a date for hearing about whether same-sex couples have the freedom to marry in New Mexico. The court will hear oral arguments in a case brought by the ACLU of New Mexico on behalf of six same-sex couples on October 23.

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Eight New Mexico counties have extended the freedom to marry to same-sex couples

Yesterday, Los Alamos County in New Mexico became the eighth county in the state to begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, and on Tuesday, Grant County became the seventh county to extend marriage protections to same-sex couples.

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PHOTOS: Same-sex couples marry in populous New Mexico counties

It's been a momentous week for the freedom to marry in New Mexico, as same-sex couples in multiple counties in the state have gotten married and been granted legal marriage licenses by county officials. Check out over a dozen great photos of couples tying the knot!

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Huge steps forward in New Mexico: Same-sex couples marry in multiple counties

This week has seen a flurry of activity supporting the freedom to marry in New Mexico. These huge steps forward in New Mexico this week bring renewed urgency to why we need the freedom to marry uniformly across the state - and, ultimately, why we need the freedom to marry nationwide.

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Same-sex couples in New Mexico file lawsuit seeking the freedom to marry

This afternoon, two same-sex couples seeking the freedom to marry filed a lawsuit in the district court of Albuquerque, New Mexico after they were denied marriage licenses by the Bernalillo County Clerk.

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Santa Fe officials to sponsor resolution supporting marriage in New Mexico

Yesterday in Santa Fe, NM, the mayor and city councilor announced that they would sponsor a resolution recognizing that same-sex couples can legally marry in the state of New Mexico and that county clerks should begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

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Indiana legislature delays vote on anti-gay marriage amendment

Today, legislative leaders from Indiana's House and Senate announced that they would not vote in 2013 on an anti-gay constitutional amendment that proposes to permanently limit the freedom to marry for same-sex couples. The move is the latest example of states in nearly every region of the country taking steps forward rather than backward on the freedom to marry.

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The state of Marriage Equality in 2011

After a 2010 with few marriage equality measures contested outside the courtroom, 2011 will likely see a number of battles state by state across the country.

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