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National Organization of Marriage Hits New Low National Organization of Marriage Hits New Low
  Brian Brown, the president for the National Organization of Marriage, hit a new low today by responding to the passage of a marriage quality measure in the Rhode Island state Senate by proclaiming, “it is bad enough when families dissolve through death or divorce, but it is unconscionable when a state encourages this through policies that deprive young people of the love of both a father and a mother.
Gay Marriage: Governor Christ Christie Veto Challenged by New Jersey Democrats Gay Marriage: Governor Christ Christie Veto Challenged by New Jersey Democrats
  Democratic leaders in the New Jersey Legislature agreed to attempt to override Republican Governor Chris Chrstie’s gay marriage veto.
Gay Marriage Supporters in Texas Begin Long Fight to Change State’s Laws Gay Marriage Supporters in Texas Begin Long Fight to Change State’s Laws
  Nearly eight years after Texans voted to outlaw civil unions and gay marriage, gay-rights supporters are fighting to roll back said laws with a handful of legislation and a considerable amount of patience.
Minnesota Senator Plans to Introduce Gay Marriage Bill this Week Minnesota Senator Plans to Introduce Gay Marriage Bill this Week
  The battle regarding same sex marriage in the state of Minnesota may commence earlier than most expected.
Backers of Same-Sex Marriage Taking Their Fight to Oregon in 2014 Backers of Same-Sex Marriage Taking Their Fight to Oregon in 2014
  Supporters of gay marriage claim they will take their fight to Oregon’s 2014 ballot, establishing a high-profile political contest on the heated issue in a state that voted less than 10 years ago to constitutionally ban same-sex marriages.
Obama Team Set to Make Symbolic Choice on Gay Marriage Obama Team Set to Make Symbolic Choice on Gay Marriage
  The Obama administration currently faces tricky legal and political questioning on the topic of gay marriage.
New York Strikes down Defense of Marriage Act New York Strikes down Defense of Marriage Act
On October 18, 2012, the New York Federal Appeals Court for the Second Circuit ruled that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional.
Foreign-Born Asians Most Likely to Marry Foreign-Born Asians Most Likely to Marry
On October 16, 2012, the Census Bureau announced that foreign-born Asian Americans are the most likely to marry than any other foreign-born or native-born, self-identified group in the United States.
Polygamist Bishop Found Guilty for Marrying Girl to Warren Jeffs Polygamist Bishop Found Guilty for Marrying Girl to Warren Jeffs
Reports from the San-Angelo Standard-Times indicate that the former Bishop of the controversial Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has been found guilty by a jury of his peers for presiding over the marriage of a 12 year old girl to notorious polygamist Warren Jeffs.
Bipartisan Group of U.S. Politicians Continue Fight for Gay Marriage Bipartisan Group of U.S. Politicians Continue Fight for Gay Marriage
They come from two different parties, who in recent years seemingly haven't been able to agree on any major political issues.

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