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This evening, March 3, the Alabama Supreme Court issued a ruling in an "emergency petition for writ of mandamus," brought by two private groups who oppose the freedom to marry in Alabama.
Today, March 3, Slovenia voted in favor of freedom to marry to the country, amending the country's Marriage & Family Relations Act to include relationships between same-sex couples.
Monday, March 2, Congressman Brad Ashford cheered on the federal ruling from yesterday that affirmed the freedom to marry in Nebraska and struck down the state's ban on marriage between same-sex couples.
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An archived listing of marriage polling at the federal, national, and state level.
This FAQ covers what the legal landscape for marriage looks like now in AL, how same-sex couples can marry in Alabama beginning February 9, and what marriage supporters can do in the meantime.
This winter, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit will consider the appeal of an August 2014 ruling in favor of the freedom to marry in Florida. Dozens of "friends of the court" have filed briefs in the case, Armstrong v. Brenner, urging the 11th Circuit to affirm the ruling and pave the way for the freedom to marry in Florida, Georgia and Alabama.