Back to Blog >Supreme Court to decide whether to review marriage equality next termThe Supreme Court must answer the door and rule in favor of marriage equalityAFER urges the Supreme Court to review Bostic caseDefendants in Bostic ask Supreme Court to decide on marriage equalitySupreme Court delays marriages in Virginia, Lawyers urge high court for reviewVirginia clerk asks Supreme Court to delay marriage equalityOne year ago today – Victory at the Supreme CourtOne Year Ago Today: AFER brings marriage equality to the Supreme CourtAttorneys general stop defending marriage bans for gay and lesbian couplesGraphic: 2013 was a historic year for marriage equality
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September 10, 2014
The Supreme Court has indicated it will take its first look on September 29 at the marriage equality cases before it.
September 9, 2014
7 petitions for writ of certiorari have been filed in 5 separate cases demanding national resolution to the marriage equality question.
August 27, 2014
AFER has filed documents with the Supreme Court asking the high court to review the Bostic case and rule in favor of marriage equality.
August 22, 2014
The state of Virginia has formally filed paperwork with the U.S. Supreme Court asking the high court to decide the question of marriage equality.
August 20, 2014
The Supreme Court issues an emergency stay in the Bostic case effectively delaying marriages equality in Virginiia
August 15, 2014
Defendants in the Bostic case have asked Chief Justice John Roberts to delay marriage equality in Virginia pending appeal to the Supreme Court
June 26, 2014
One year ago today, the Supreme Court handed down two major victories in the fight for marriage equality.
March 26, 2014
One year ago today, AFER brought marriage equality to the United States Supreme Court. Take a look back:
March 25, 2014
Top law enforcement officials across the nation are refusing to defend in court marriage bans for gay and lesbian couples.
December 18, 2013
2013 was a historic year for marriage equality. AFER took our case against Prop. 8 to the U.S. Supreme Court. And we won. But our work continues.