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The same three-judge panel that heard the lawsuit challenging Utah's ban on recognition of same-sex marriages today hears a lawsuit challenging Oklahoma's.
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TAX DAY PROTEST: Equality South Carolina is staging a tax day protest in Columbia, the state capital, today to show support for same-sex couples in South Carolina who have married in other states but must lie on their state tax returns and claim to be single.
It was a nice day for a white wedding at the fourth annual Ultimate LGBT Wedding and Anniversary Expo.
US District Court Judge Timothy S. Black ruled on Monday that Ohio must recognize the marriages of same-sex couples who married out of state.
Ohio officials must immediately recognize the same-sex marriages of four couples who sued over the state's gay marriage ban, a federal judge said Wednesday, while staying the broader effects of his ruling to avoid "premature celebration and confusion" in case it's overturned on appeal.
A U.S. District Court judge ordered the Livingston County Jail to deliver American Civil Liberties Union letters sent to inmates in February.
A federal appeals court has refused to overturn a lower court's ruling that allows an excessive force lawsuit against four Genesee County Sheriff's deputies to move forward.
The Michigan chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union on Monday filed a lawsuit seeking to force Michigan to recognize the marriages of more than 300 gay and lesbian couples who exchanged vows during the 24-hour window when such unions were legal in the state.
Equality South Carolina is staging a tax day protest in Columbia, the state capital, today to show support for same-sex couples in South Carolina who have married in other states but must lie on their state tax returns and claim to be single.
A federal appeals court has upheld the convictions of two brothers convicted of running a multistate oil drilling scam that bilked millions from unwitting investors.
Over the last couple years, the EEOC has been taking aim at companies that use credit checks as part of the application process, arguing that excluding applicants based on credit checks has a disparate impact on minority applicants.
The Wolverine Bar Association hosted its 53rd annual Barristers' Ball, a festive celebration that honors high achievers in law, pays tribute to the association's history and raises funds for law students.
SPEAKING OUT... AFTER A FEDERAL JUDGE ORDERS OHIO TO RECOGNIZE THE MARRIAGES OF GAY COUPLES PERFORMED IN OTHER STATES.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan says it intends to file a lawsuit against the state of Michigan to legally recognize the 300 gay and lesbian couples married March 22, the day after U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman's historic ruling that struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage and adoption.
Here is the final brief in the Sixth Circuit in Libertarian Party of Ohio v Husted, 14-3230.