Maine Secretary of State Approves Language of Marriage Petition—Time to Get to Work

Today, Maine’s Secretary of State approved the language for the citizen’s initiative asking Mainers to restore the freedom to marry in the state. Now that the language has been approved, EqualityMaine will begin collecting signatures to add that initiative to the ballot in 2012.

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North Carolinians Work to Stop Anti-Marriage Amendment

As a constitutional amendment banning marriage between same-sex couples is being considered by the North Carolina State Legislature next month, North Carolinians are standing up for the freedom to marry.

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Believe Out Loud Offers Online Tool for Couples to Find Welcoming Congregations

Want a religious venue for your wedding? Believe Out Loud has an searchable map that can help.

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Video: First day of New York marriages

A collection of videos from the first day of marriages in New York.

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Watch: First couple to marry in New York City

Phyllis Seigal, 77, and Connie Kopelov, 85, were the first same-sex couple married in New York City today.

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Watch: Evan Wolfson’s testimony at the Respect for Marriage Act hearing

Video of testimony be Evan Wolfson and Ron Wallen at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the Respect for Marriage Act.

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Watch: Highlights from the Senate Respect for Marriage Act Hearing

Video highlights from the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the Respect for Marriage Act.

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Mayor Bloomberg Officiating One of the First Weddings in New York

Mayor Bloomberg will be officiating one of the first weddings between same-sex couples on Sunday, July 24, the day the marriage bill in New York takes affect and New York becomes the sixth state to have the freedom to marry.

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Meeting with NY Senator Joseph Addabbo

Chris and Mark and their twins met with New York Senator Joseph Addabbo to ask him to support the marriage bill.

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Three more New York senators will vote “yes” on marriage

Today, three New York state senators who previously voted against marriage in 2009 announced they will now vote for marriage legislation.

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