Category Archives: relationships

Marriage equality marches into the Deep South

Marriage equality moved into the heart of Dixie late yesterday with a ruling in Mississippi.  US District Court Judge Carlton W. Reeves’s ruling struck down Mississippi’s constitutional amendment banning same-sex mariage, saing that the amendment denying the freedom to marry … Continue reading

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Montana Marriage Equality

It seems like every time I come up with a good health policy post, marriage equality momentum moves forward as well.  That said, I’m not complaining. U.S. District Court Judge Brian Morris struck down the ban on marriage between same-sex … Continue reading

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Another day… more marriage equality wins

Two federal judges made history today by ruling for marriage equality – one in Kansas and one in South Carolina. U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel issued a ruling in South Carolina, declaring that state’s ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.  Judge … Continue reading

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Marriage Equality in Missouri, but…

After the country sobered up following the midterm elections, the courts decided to add fuel back to the fire and decide on some critical marriage equality cases. The day after the election, a state judge in Missouri overtunred the state’s … Continue reading

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Another marriage equality win – in Wyoming

U.S. District Court Judge Scott Skavdahl ruled today against Wyoming’s law banning marriage equality for same-sex couples.  Judge Skavdahl granted a temporary stay and the ruling will not go into effect until October 23 or until state government officials say … Continue reading

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Marriage Equality in the Grand Canyon

Today, October 17, U.S. District Court Judge John Sedgwick ruled in favor of the freedom to marry in Arizona in a federal legal case that challenged the state’s anti-marriage constitutional amendment. Judge Sedgwick also refused to place a stay on … Continue reading

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Marriage equality marches forward

While I was away for the long weekend, several key victories occurred for marriage equality.  In case you missed them as well – a quick little wrap up for you. North Carolina – On Friday, October 10, a federal judge … Continue reading

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