A flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through courts and will continue, no matter the outcome in a highly anticipated Supreme Court decision.
The legislation passes with an unchallenged majority, although four lawmakers registered their opposition.
The opinion in a suit she filed was the basis for federal court rulings against state prohibitions and led to a 2015 Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex couples to marry.
Roger Severino (pictured), the new head of the agency's Office for Civil Rights, has opposed transgender patients’ rights, same-sex marriage and Planned Parenthood.
Both men would be disasters for America, but Cruz would be the larger disaster.
Justice Antonin Scalia earned his stripes as the court’s loosest cannon for his remarks on Obamacare and same-sex marriage, while Justice Clarence Thomas was honored for making it through his ninth year without asking a single question during oral arguments.
All eyes will be on a state advisory referendum that's expected to galvanize protests against a broken political process.
Can zombies get married, according to the Bible?
Maybe the term "civil rights" doesn't mean what Mike Huckabee thinks it means.