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How are we going to win the freedom to marry and end marriage discrimination nationwide? Decades ago, my movement colleagues and I set out to answer that question, and then to make good on the answer.
Williams Institute experts present important facts about how many couples would be helped if DOMA is repealed.
A media primer on the LGBT issues landscape for the coming year released by the Human Rights Campaign.
A listing of marriage polling at the federal, national, and state level.
In January 2011, new federal regulations went into effect prohibiting healthcare institutions participating in Medicaid and Medicare from denying visitation rights based on sexual orientation.
An article adapted from Harvard Professor Nancy F. Cott’s expert report submitted in the case of Perry v. Schwarzenegger in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
A listing of both state and national political parties that have made strong statements in support of the freedom to marry.
In its survey of marriage polls since 1988, FiveThirtyEight has found an accelerated shift in support for the freedom to marry in recent months.
For the first time, a national poll shows that a majority of Americans support the freedom to marry.
FAQ from NCLR on the recent ruling by Judge Vaughn R. Walker to extend stay in Perry v. Schwarzenegger until August 18.
The district court decision in Perry v. Schwarzenegger affirming same-sex couples' constitutional freedom to marry.
FAQ from GLAD on the recent rulings in the Federal District Court of Massachusetts striking down DOMA Section 3.
Report issued by the General Accounting Office.
Which Congresspersons are currently cosponsors of the Respect for Marriage Act?
This article provides counterarguments and information pertinent to the most common assertions made by "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" proponents.