American Foundation for Equal Rights

On September 29, the Supreme Court considered whether it will review Bostic v. Schaefer in next term.

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Mary Townley & Carol Schall and Tim Bostic & Tony London are challenging Virginia’s marriage ban in federal court.

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Virginia’s discriminatory Marriage Amendment has been ruled unconstitutional in two federal courts.

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The Supreme Court considered on 9/29 whether it will review the Bostic case in its next term.

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Marriage News Blog

Today: Supreme Court considers Bostic review in next term
Today, the Supreme Court will consider whether to review the question of marriage equality in its next term.
Supreme Court to decide whether to review marriage equality next term
The Supreme Court has indicated it will take its first look on September 29 at the marriage equality cases before it.
The Supreme Court must answer the door and rule in favor of marriage equality
7 petitions for writ of certiorari have been filed in 5 separate cases demanding national resolution to the marriage equality question.
AFER urges the Supreme Court to review Bostic case
AFER has filed documents with the Supreme Court asking the high court to review the Bostic case and rule in favor of marriage equality.
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Who We’re Fighting For

All loving couples like Tim Bostic & Tony London and Mary Townley & Carol Schall deserve the freedom to marry.

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Marriage in California

Because of AFER’s Supreme Court victory, all couples in the nation’s most populous state can get married.

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Who We Are

We took our case against California’s Prop. 8 all the way to the Supreme Court and won.

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"8" the Play

Uncover the truth about marriage equality. “8” chronicles the landmark trial of Hollingsworth v. Perry.

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