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A new AP-NCC poll is the second national poll to show that a majority of Americans support the freedom to marry.
A poll released by the Rhode Island Marriage Coalition (RIMC) found a majority of Rhode Island voters support 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.
This groundbreaking poll shows increasing support for the freedom to marry among faith voters in California.
FAQ from GLAD on the recent rulings in the Federal District Court of Massachusetts striking down DOMA Section 3.
A database and breakdown of contributions to campaigns from California's Proposition 8.
This comprehensive report analyzes data from the campaign surrounding California's discriminatory Proposition 8 and outlines a way to move forward.
This report shows that adolescents who have been reared in lesbian-mother families since birth demonstrate healthy psychological adjustment.
An examination of the May 2008 and 2009 California Supreme Court decisions and a survey of the countries that presently allow marriage for same-sex couples.
A study from University of Virginia and George Washington University scholars concluding that parenting quality, not sexual orientation, determines the healthy development of children.