Subtle protest, not legal confrontation, will cement equal treatment.
Articles tagged “gay marriage”
Colorado’s anti-discrimination law prohibits Masterpiece Cakeshop “from picking and choosing customers based on their sexual orientation,” the court said.
LOUISVILLE — Although a federal judge ruled Wednesday that a county clerk’s religious convictions had no bearing on her ‘purely legal’ task, a same sex couple said the clerk’s office still denied them a license on Thursday.
GRIMES, Iowa — The first billboard, a 14-foot by 48-foot black-and-white sign, went up outside of Durant, Okla., in late July.
Former Patriots running back-turned sportscaster Craig James spoke out against gay marriage while running for the U.S. Senate and lost his TV job.
(RNS) The Rev. Warren Hall’s firing by the archbishop of Newark, N.J., added to growing concerns about the church’s treatment of gay people.
Kim Davis said she prayed and fasted over her decision to refuse marriage licenses for same-sex couples.
(RNS) “When I get to the pearly gates, I’m going to have an answer for what I’ve done for the poor,” says the Ohio governor.
She is reportedly the first clerk to resign rather than abide by a U.S. Supreme Court decision in June making gay marriage legal.