Marriage—and Nothing Less—in Rhode Island

Today, Rhode Island House Speaker Gordon Fox announced that he will work to advance civil union legislation, despite his personal support for the freedom to marry.

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Making marriage a reality in Rhode Island

Rhode Island is poised to become the next state to extend marriage to gay and lesbian couples. Freedom to Marry's Online Organizer Cameron Tolle is spending time on the ground in Providence, working with our local partners to build support for the marriage bill.

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VIDEO: Hundreds Turn Out to Support the Freedom to Marry at Rhode Island Senate Hearings

Testimony included emotional pleas from couples as well as arguments from business leaders on how ending marriage discrimination would help the economy.

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VIDEO: Why It’s Time for Marriage in Rhode Island

Senate hearings on several marriage bills are being held tomorrow – find out how you can help.

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Personal Stories Matter for Debates, Hearings, and Votes Coming Up in Maryland and Rhode Island

Lawmakers say hearing directly from their constituents makes the most difference.

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Rhode Island Congressman Reverses Position on Marriage, Calls for State to Pass Bill

Rep. Jim Langevin talks about his journey from being a marriage opponent to urging Rhode Islanders and the state legislature to "do the right thing" on marriage.

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NOM Caught Lying (Again)

The Pulitzer Prize-winning website PolitiFact graded as "false" a claim in the latest mailing from the so-called "National Organization for Marriage."

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Study Finds Bringing Marriage to Rhode Island Would Bolster State’s Bottom Line

The report goes against claims that the freedom to marry would somehow cost the government money.

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Hundreds Show Support for Marriage at Rhode Island House Hearing

Lawmakers hear from Rhode Islanders on why passing a marriage bill is the right thing to do.

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Now Is the Time in Rhode Island

Freedom to Marry's Senior Consultant Marc Solomon is on the ground in Rhode Island, where the state legislature will vote on a marriage bill in the coming weeks.

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