The GOP-backed bill would knock down barriers to same-sex marriage, but that's not what motivated it.
For the record, New Mexico became a U.S. state in 1912.
The Kentucky clerk made headlines after she refused to issue a marriage license to a gay couple in 2015.
At a Kentucky voter forum, the clerk appeared to reject the Supreme Court's 2015 marriage equality ruling once again.
Kentucky Democrat Elwood Caudill Jr. said he's "really hurt" by the accusations.
New York's governor wants to look into a town clerk refusing to issue the license, in part due to opposing same-sex marriage.
Despite support from Amy Schumer and Susan Sarandon, David Ermold won't challenge Davis this fall.
If Ms. Valentine-Thomas were to be elected, would she refuse other services to us? The office handles petitions for adoptions
I truly believe that Mike Huckabee is a genuine Christian, but more than that, he proved himself to also be a grandstanding, insincere politician that is more concerned about pandering than following the law or the constitution. Mike Huckabee showed himself to have more in common with the Rev Al Sharpton in this regard.
We saved her the hassle and crossed some options off her list, just in case she starts looking for a new job.
If you really believe doing your job is against your faith, then quitting would be an act of faith. Defying the law so two people you will never see again can't get married? Not so much.
Rockwell once gave us an idealized America, but he went on to provide illustrations of the difficult aspects of our nation, as well: racial conflict, civil rights, violence, poverty. Rockwell's America was complex and rich in its diversity. Kim Davis' America is an illusion.
The rapid expansion of gay marriage to 35 states and the District of Columbia spotlights the tension between these views
“In many jurisdictions, including many of the United States, civil authorities have adopted a definition of marriage that
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The day you go to get your marriage license is a major historical event in your relationship. It is a very "This is it!" moment and it begins to subtly yet powerfully shift your relationship to a new level.
It's now my one-year anniversary of my marriage to my husband and of marriage winning at the ballot box for the first time. In the time that's passed, I've seen how much difference marriage makes -- and how much more work needs to be done, especially in Oregon, the state right next door to mine.
The ability to marry now means that many couples who have had to forge their own definition of a committed relationship will now have a ready-to-adopt model that according to some pundits, has been in place since Adam and Eve.