5 hrs ago
Judge offers expedited trial in Wisconsin marriage equality case, but not injunction
A federal judge has said she can work on an expedited schedule in handling a challenge to Wisconsin's ban on gay marriages.
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Salt Lake Tribune
Federal judge strikes down Utah ban on same-sex marriage
A federal judge in Utah on Friday struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage, saying the U.S. Constitution offers the same equal protection and due process rights to same-sex individuals to marry the person of their choice that it gives heterosexual individuals.
14 hrs ago
Google, companies speak out against same sex marriage ban in Oklahoma
A total of 27 groups, organizations and coalitions have filed friend of the court briefs urging a federal appeals court to legalize gay marriage in Utah and Oklahoma.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
ADL Files Brief Supporting Marriage Equality In Utah
Herbert supporting the equal and fundamental right to civil marriage for all Utahns.
Federal Marriage Case Decisions Outside Michigan In Circuit Court of Appeals
He finds the rationale for denying the fundamental right to marry unpersuasive and that it demeans the dignity of same-sex couples for no legitimate reason.
AG Schneiderman Joins Multi-State Coalition Supporting Marriage Equality In Tenth Circuit Appeal
March 5, 2014 - Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman has joined 14 other state attorneys general in filing an amicus brief in an appeal of the successful challenges to laws prohibiting same-sex marriage in Utah and Oklahoma.
Google, Facebook and other businesses argue against Oklahoma's same-sex marriage ban
Some of the biggest corporations in the United States _ including Google, Facebook and Starbucks _ say Oklahoma's law against same-sex marriage forces them to violate their values and differentiate among their workers.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Salt Lake Tribune
Support pours in for plaintiffs challenging same-sex marriage bans
The nation's largest professional association for sociologists says the states of Utah and Oklahoma are misrepresenting research on child well-being to make their cases against gay marriage.
The Children Get Their Chance To Speak In Utah Gay Marriage Case
Utah's ban on gay marriage harms the children of gays and lesbians, despite arguments the state has made to the contrary, according to an amicus brief filed Tuesday by a group of national and state gay rights organizations.
SEC Prevails In Tenth Circuit
The SEC prevailed in the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, securing a reversal of the district court's order granting a motion to dismiss its complaint.
Western U.S. Republicans to urge appeals court to back gay marriage
Republicans from Western states are expected on Tuesday to urge a U.S. appeals court to rule state bans on gay marriage unconstitutional, an aide said, citing shifts in the cultural standpoints of some conservatives in a broad national debate.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Broadcasters Ask Court To Cease Aereo Operations In 2 Cities
Aereo's streaming video system is "a textbook case of copyright infringement," a coalition of TV broadcasters told the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday.
Colorado LGBT community rallies in support of same-sex marriage
The latest fight for same-sex marriage arrived on the west steps of the state Capitol on Monday as supporters gathered, vowing to build support for the effort across Colorado.
ASA Amicus Brief Supports Suits to Overturn Utah, Oklahoma Gay Marriage Bans
WASHINGTON, DC, March 3, 2014 - The American Sociological Association filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit today supporting the fight to overturn gay marriage bans in Utah and Oklahoma and continuing its now 13-month effort to highlight the overwhelming body of social science research that confirms "children ... (more)
U.S. Supreme Court upholds new trial ruling for Oklahoma death row inmate
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld a federal appeals court ruling granting a new trial to a man who was sentenced to death for killing a Tulsa woman in 1997.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Advocacy group questions if jury instructions negatively affected the IRP6 case
On Friday, a member of the advocacy group, " A Just Cause " sent the Paulding County Republican Examiner released statements and updates concerning the case of the African-American company in Colorado that developed the Case Investigative Life Cycle criminal investigations software for federal, state, and local law enforcement.
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Windsor & Perry -- Eight Months Later
Slightly over eight months ago, the United States Supreme Court issued one opinion striking down Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act and another opinion declining to consider whether there was a constitutional right to same-sex marriage.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Litigious Wyoming inmate complicates tribe's giant land claim
Wildlife repository specialist Dennis Wiist evaluates a bald eagle at the National Eagle Repository in Commerce City on Thursday.
Community Television of Utah, LLC v. Aereo, Inc. - USDC, D. Utah, February 19, 2014
Utah District Court enters preliminary injunction against Aereo's use of miniature antennas to stream copyrighted television programming over Internet without license, stays case pending ruling by Supreme Court in ABC v.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Off the Kuff
Next steps in the Texas same sex marriage lawsuit
In case you were wondering, Attorney General and candidate for Governor Greg Abbott will appeal Wednesday's historic ruling striking down Texas' constitutional amendment barring same sex marriage.