A new group calling itself the "New Jersey Coalition to Preserve and Protect Marriage" feels marriage is, and should always be the union of one man and one woman. Members think if anyone is to decide the issue of same-sex marriage it should be the voters of the Garden State.
Late Friday afternoon, a Mercer County judge ruled that gay couples must be allowed to legally marry in the Garden State beginning Oct. 21. The Christie Administration has vowed to appeal the decision. Today, top Democrats in the State Senate are explaining what happens next.
A New Mexico county clerk announced Wednesday that his office will begin issuing same-sex marriage licenses in a surprise move that comes as several legal challenges are working their way through the courts on whether gay couples can marry in the state.
The State Senate Health Committee has given the green light to a measure that would forbid licensed therapists from using so-called "conversion therapy" to try and get gay minors to become heterosexuals.