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What to expect from SCOTUS on the freedom to marry in June’s final days

A ruling on the freedom to marry is expected within the next week - before the end of June - and the decision could end marriage discrimination nationwide, once and for all.

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America is ready: Same-sex couples show how long they’ve been waiting for the freedom to marry

Same-sex couples across the country have been waiting for years -- sometimes decades -- for the freedom to marry nationwide.

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America is Ready: Counties across the nation prepare for the freedom to marry

As we await the United States Supreme Court's ruling on the question of the freedom to marry, counties are preparing for the possibility that their marriage bans may be struck down as a result of the decision.

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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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Looking back on the 48th anniversary of ‘Loving v. Virginia’ SCOTUS decision

Today, June 12, marks the 48th anniversary of the United States Supreme Court's decision on Love v. Virginia, a landmark ruling that declared bans on interracial marriage in the United States unconstitutional.

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Couples show the Supreme Court just how long they’ve been waiting for the freedom to marry

Same-sex couples across the country have been waiting for years -- sometimes decades -- for the freedom to marry nationwide.

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MOMENTUM: Arkansas Judge affirms marriages of over 500 same-sex couples

Today, June 10, Pulaski County Judge Wendell Griffen ruled in favor of respecting the marriages of the over 500 same-sex couples who were married in the "window" of the freedom to marry in Arkansas in 2014.

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First same-sex couples marry in Guam

Today, Tuesday, June 9, the first marriages between same-sex couples began in Guam, following a ruling last week that struck down the U.S. territory's marriage ban.

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Victory: Judge strikes down Guam’s marriage ban

Today, June 5, a federal judge in Guam struck down the U.S. territory's ban on marriage between same-sex couples.

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Familia es Familia releases TV ad showing Latino support for freedom to marry

Today, June 4, Familia es Familia released a television ad that highlights Latino support for the freedom to marry nationwide.

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