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Posts tagged ‘marriage equality’

 

New Bill Aims for Legalized Marriage of Same-Sex Individuals in Navajo Nation

Navajo Nation lawmakers are attempting to repeal regulations established by the tribe prohibiting marriage between people of the same sex

June 14th, 2022

Navajo Nation lawmakers are currently attempting to repeal regulations established by the tribe in 2005 that prohibit marriage between two people of the same sex as well as remove any statements among Navajo law that treat same-sex marriages differently than opposite-sex ones. Changing Marriage Laws in Navajo Nation The Dine Marriage Act became effective as Read More


New Tennessee Law Challenges Same-Sex Unions

Tennessee recently debated a measure that would have challenged same-sex unions in the state by creating heterosexual-only marriage.

June 7th, 2022

The Tennessee legislature recently debated a measure that would have established a new type of marriage reserved for heterosexual couples in the state of Tennessee, thereby challenging same-sex unions in the state. Some people claimed that this new measure would have resulted in financial uncertainty for families while also erasing same-sex marriage and letting older Read More


New Jersey Codifies Same-Sex Marriage Statute

The Supreme Court will hear a case brought by a Christian website designer who wants to be able to refuse service to LGBTQ customers.

January 25th, 2022

A bill introduced in the winter of 2020 codifying same-sex marriage into New Jersey statute was only recently advanced past the New Jersey Assembly Judiciary Committee on a vote of 4 to 0. New Jersey’s Assembly Bill 5367 states that laws addressing both civil unions and marriages should be interpreted with gender-neutral intent. Since 2013, Read More


Implications of Doubt: the High Court’s Struggle with Gay Marriage

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August 13th, 2015

Wherever a person’s political affiliations, viewpoints, or opinions may fall, there is likely one overarching factor on which he or she can agree with someone holding an opposing viewpoint.  That bridge over what may seem to be a chasm in between two people can be summed up by one word: consistency.  The American people have Read More