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Rubio has been vocal about wanting to roll back the Supreme Court decision that legalized gay marriage.
But those reactions came from just one side of the Republican spectrum. On the other, Gov. Scott Walker (Wis.) called for
Velez, a 50-year-old attorney and consultant, said she's optimistic that the Supreme Court will rule in favor of same-sex
In January, Bush said he was disappointed by a court's decision to allow marriage equality in the state. NATIONAL HARBOR
However, anti-gay activists in the United States have no intention of giving up the fight. A spokesperson for the National
James Richardson, a former GOP spokesman who worked as an adviser for the Republican National Committee and Govs. Haley Barbour
The former Republican presidential hopeful also condemned the Supreme Court’s 2013 decision to strike down a federal ban
Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) claimed during a radio interview this week that anti-gay marriage business owners are being sent to “re-education camps” for refusing to serve gay customers.
“We’re all entitled to a mistake,” Santorum said on Friday. The panel also ordered Phillips to submit quarterly reports for
"This is very, very sad and it's very, very unfortunate," Ted Olson told Ari Rabin-Havt, host of the Sirius XM show "The
They also made the point that marriage is not just about having children, but about the mutual rights and obligations conferred
We believe the institution of traditional marriage strengthens our society. There should be no infringement on the rights
Bentivegna, Debicella, DeMaio, Tisei or Innis would each be taking the place of a House Democrat who already supports LGBT
In a YouTube video announcing his reelection bid, Judge Carlo Key said the GOP is "at war with itself." A San Antonio judge
Is is just us, or do these GOP arguments against gay marriage seem to be getting more and more extreme? The former Pennsylvania
Deaton tried to get a spot on the official agenda, but, like many gay rights advocates before him who have sought an official
The party of Lincoln should once again be the party of equality. More Republicans should join President Obama and so many other Democrats in the fight for the freedom to marry for all LGBT Americans. Ronald Reagan would undoubtedly be championing that fight if he were alive today.
The Rhode Island Senate Judiciary Committee is set to vote on the marriage equality legislation on Tuesday. According to