State Laws

Gay Marriage Laws in Montana

  In Montana, marriage for same-sex partnerships was officially banned in a constitutional amendment on November 2, 2004. Montana was joined by ten other predominantly conservative Midwestern states that day,
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Gay Marriage Laws in Maine

In Maine, gay marriage is not currently legal. Although a bill was passed in April 2009, that would have legalized gay marriage, the bill was overturned. However, domestic partnership is
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Gay Marriage Laws in Maryland

While small steps are indeed being taken to recognize same sex partnerships in the state of Maryland, marriage for homosexual couples is still not considered legal by law. According to
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Gay Marriage Laws in Massachusetts

On May 17, 2004, the debate over gay marriage in Massachusetts finally ended. Massachusetts made history on a grand scale by becoming the first state in the U.S. to legally
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