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Defendants in Bostic ask Supreme Court to decide on marriage equality
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.
Supreme Court delays marriages in Virginia, Lawyers urge high court for review
The Supreme Court issues an emergency stay in the Bostic case effectively delaying marriages equality in Virginiia
Virginia clerk asks Supreme Court to delay marriage equality
Defendants in the Bostic case have asked Chief Justice John Roberts to delay marriage equality in Virginia pending appeal to the Supreme Court
One year ago today – Victory at the Supreme Court
One year ago today, the Supreme Court handed down two major victories in the fight for marriage equality.
One Year Ago Today: AFER brings marriage equality to the Supreme Court
One year ago today, AFER brought marriage equality to the United States Supreme Court. Take a look back:
Attorneys general stop defending marriage bans for gay and lesbian couples
Top law enforcement officials across the nation are refusing to defend in court marriage bans for gay and lesbian couples.
Graphic: 2013 was a historic year for marriage equality
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.
Prop. 8 Case Documentary Named Official Selection for Sundance Film Festival
The full-length documentary directed by Ben Cotner and Ryan White is one of only 16 documentaries selected for the prestigious film festival in January 2014.
Map: California’s First Month of Marriage Equality by the Numbers
In the first full month gay and lesbian couples could get married in California since our Supreme Court victory, the number of marriage licenses issued increased dramatically in most of California’s 58 counties.
Video Shows the Day Marriage Equality Returned to California
From our stirring victory at the U.S. Supreme Court to the emotional day when our plaintiffs were finally married, check out this great video about what it was like when marriage equality returned to California.