Same-sex couples will have to forget their plans to marry in Virginia — at least for now — after the U.S. Supreme Court agreed Wednesday to delay an appeals court ruling striking down the state’s gay marriage ban.
The clock is ticking on whether the U.S. Supreme Court will delay a ruling striking down Virginia’s same-sex marriage ban.
A federal appeals court has denied a request to delay its ruling striking down Virginia’s same-sex marriage ban.
The plaintiffs in a court case challenging Virginia’s same-sex marriage ban want a federal appeals court to allow gay marriages to occur before the U.S. Supreme Court can rule on the issue.
An appeals courts’ decision to strike down Virginia’s same-sex marriage ban adds to the growing list of decrees on a hot-button issue that will likely end up being decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
A federal appeals court has struck down Virginia’s same-sex marriage ban.
Maine Republican Susan Collins says she supports legalized same-sex marriage.
A United Methodist pastor defrocked after officiating at his son’s same-sex wedding argued before a nine-person church appeals panel that the decision should be overturned.
A new Gallup poll has found that 42 percent of Americans believe that people are born gay.
Gay couples in Arkansas will not be able to get married even though the state Supreme Court upheld a ruling that struck down the ban on same-sex marriage because a separate law that prevents issuing marriage licenses to gays is still valid.