More than 3,000 Georgians urge Attorney General to stop defending discrimination

This week, on July 21, Georgia Equality delivered more than 3,080 petitions signed by Georgia residents urging Attorney General Sam Olens to drop his defense of the state's constitutional amendment that restricts marriage to different-sex couples.

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Florida judge rules in favor of the freedom to marry, striking down marriage ban

Today, July 17, a state judge struck down Florida’s ban on marriage for same-sex couples, marking the 25th consecutive ruling in favor of the freedom to marry (with no rulings against) since June 2013.

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Colorado judge strikes down state’s marriage ban; 24th consecutive win in 1 year

Today, July 9, a state judge struck down Colorado’s ban on marriage for same-sex couples, marking the 24th consecutive ruling in favor of the freedom to marry (with no rulings against) since June 2013.

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Utah Attorney General will seek Supreme Court review of 10th Circuit marriage ruling

Today, the Utah Attorney General's office announced that the state would appeal last month's pro-marriage ruling from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals directly to the United States Supreme Court.

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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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Federal judge in Kentucky strikes down marriage ban; 23rd pro-marriage ruling in 1 year

Today, July 1, 2014, U.S. District Judge John G. Heyburn II ruled in favor of the freedom to marry, striking down a constitutional amendment in the state that restricts marriage to different-sex couples.

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LANDMARK VICTORY: 10th Circuit Appeals Court rules in favor of the freedom to marry

Today the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver ruled in favor of same-sex couples’ freedom to marry, upholding a marriage ruling out of Utah in December. It is the first ruling by a federal appellate court since last year's victory in the Supreme Court.

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Federal judge in Indiana strikes down marriage ban

Today, June 25, 2014, U.S. District Judge Richard L. Young ruled in favor of the freedom to marry, striking down Indiana's ban on marriage for same-sex couple and becoming the latest judge in an amazing year of victories for marriage in every corner of the country.

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AUGUST 6: 6th Circuit Appeals Court will hear oral arguments in 5 marriage cases

This week, the United States Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit scheduled a date for oral arguments in the appeals of five cases where judges have ruled in favor of the freedom to marry.

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Reflecting on the 47th anniversary of ‘Loving v. Virginia’ at the Supreme Court

Today is the 47th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Loving v. Virginia, a landmark ruling that declared bans on interracial marriage in the United States unconstitutional.

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