State Laws

Gay Marriage Laws in Mississippi

  On March 11, 2010, a school board in the town of Fulton, Mississippi, announced that its upcoming high school prom would have to be canceled. The cause for concern?
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Gay Marriage Laws in Missouri

  On December 25, 2009, in Missouri, gay highway state trooper Dennis Engelhard was struck and killed by an oncoming vehicle when he stepped out of his patrol car to
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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 Nebraska

  Although there has yet to be an actual legal advancement made for the Nebraska gay community, at least in regards to homosexual relationships being granted the same privileges as
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Gay Marriage Laws in Nevada

  Although there are no gay marriage laws granting full marital rights for homosexual couples in Nevada, marriage-minded gay partnerships
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Gay Marriage Laws in New Hampshire

In a lot of ways, it was bound to happen. After being one of the first states to pass a
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Gay Marriage Laws in New Jersey

While the fight for gay marriage to be recognized by every state and the federal government is a long way
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Gay Marriage Laws in New Mexico

  New Mexico gay marriage is not performed or accepted in the state. New Mexico marriages are only between a
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Gay Marriage Laws in New York

One of the most liberal states and cities in the country, New york, New York, does not take part in
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Gay Marriage Laws in North Carolina

North Carolina's gay marriage laws do not allow for same-sex marriage. North Carolina gay marriage law does not even recognize gay marriage. North Carolina gay marriage law does not recognize
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