"Denying same-sex couples this choice prohibits them from participating fully in our society," the appeals court ruled.
Today’s signing comes after two extraordinary meetings in the West Wing between leaders from the religious and LGBT communities.
This is "the very first year an American is more likely to live in a place with relationship recognition than in a place without it."
If primary voters were smart and tired of losing presidential contests they would give him a serious look-see.
Is this good for the gays? The short answer is yes and no -- for now.
Until marriage equality is legal nationwide, legally married same-sex couples won’t be able to avail themselves of the benefits they deserve.
A federal law would be better, but having protection from discrimination in place for current and future workers is key.
She was right to push back against an insinuation that doesn’t stand up to the facts.
Sadly, Perry’s comments prove him to be stubbornly consistent.
The justices will be following the nation rather than pushing it someplace it doesn't want to go.