VIDEO: Panel for ‘Limited Partnership’ doc featuring marriage movement pioneers

This spring, Freedom to Marry has been proud to serve as a Community Partner for screenings of Limited Partnership, a new documentary debuting tonight, June 15, on PBS.

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Mary Bonauto & Douglas Hallward-Driemeier to argue marriage cases at SCOTUS

Today, Tuesday, March 31, it was announced that lawyers Mary Bonauto and Douglas Hallward-Driemier will present arguments to the United States Supreme Court on the question of the freedom to marry on April 28.

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PHOTOS: Standing up for Why Marriage Matters at Lexington, Kentucky Town Hall

With just over a month before the U.S. Supreme Court's arguments, Freedom to Marry and the Campaign for Southern Equality were proud to partner on two "Why Marriage Matters" Town Hall events this week, on March 17 and 18 in Lexington and Louisville, respectively.

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Equality Alabama to AL Supreme Court: allow probate judges to follow the law

Today, February 13, Equality Alabama filed a "friend-of-the-court" brief with the Alabama Supreme Court urging the Court to dismiss two private organizations' Emergency Petition for Writ of Mandamus regarding the freedom to marry for same-sex couples in Alabama.

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PHOTOS: Freedom to Marry & EQFL talk next steps for marriage at Miami Town Hall

This week, on Wednesday, December 10, Freedom to Marry in partnership with Equality Florida hosted a Town Hall event in Miami, FL to discuss how we'll move marriage forward in Florida and how supporters in the Sunshine State can pitch in to the campaign to win the freedom to marry in Florida and nationwide.

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Federal judge in Mississippi rules marriage ban unconstitutional

The latest in a landmark string of court victories for the freedom to marry came today, November 25, from Mississippi, where a federal judge has ruled the state's constitutional amendment denying the freedom to marry to same-sex couples unconstitutional.

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State judge rules Missouri must respect marriages performed legally in other states

Today, October 3, Missouri Circuit Court Judge J. Dale Youngs ruled that marriages between same-sex couples legally performed in other states must be respected in Missouri.

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Department of Justice urged to respect legal marriages in 3 states

This week, Freedom to Marry and the Human Rights Campaign sent a joint letter to United States Attorney General Eric Holder urging the Department of Justice to act now and ensure that the marriages of same-sex couples performed earlier this year in Arkansas, Indiana, and Wisconsin are respected by the federal government.

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WATCH: Freedom to Marry’s “Until We Could,” by inaugural poet Richard Blanco

This weekend, Freedom to Marry publicly released “Until We Could,” a beautiful short film adaptation of an original poem by Richard Blanco, the 2012 presidential inaugural poet.

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PHOTOS: 11,000 North Carolinians urge NC Governor to respect all families

Today, on August 27, Freedom to Marry teamed up with Equality NC to deliver more than 11,000 petitions signed by North Carolina residents urging Governor Pat McCrory to respect all families.

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