The Made-Up Connection Between Marriage Equality & Divorce Rates
One of the central fears of marriage equality opponents is that allowing LGBT couples the freedom to marry will somehow have a negative impact on
Iowa Poll: Majority Opposes Marriage Equality Ban
A new poll in Iowa shows that the majority of Iowans oppose a constitutional amendment banning the freedom to marry in their state. The Des
Maryland Republican: Meeting gay couples left me ‘changed person’
At Family Equality Council, we truly believe in the transformative power of stories. Nothing can change the mind of a moveable voter or a lawmaker
Reversing course, judge reinstates count in N.J. gay marriage lawsuit
TRENTON — Reversing her November ruling, a Superior Court judge in Mercer County reinstated a count in a lawsuit Tuesday filed by seven same-sex couples,
O’Malley defends marriage bill at Md. House hearing
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley remained firm in his support for a bill to legalize same-sex marriage Friday during a contentious joint hearing
Family Equality Council Testifies for Marriage at Maryland House of Delegates
This evening, our Director of Public Policy, Emily Hecht-McGowan, will be testifying in front of the Maryland House of Delegates in favor of marriage quality
The Changing Reality of the American Family
Read the full LGBT families safety net report (pdf) Read the original LGBT families column and reports (pdf) Public discussion about American families often assumes
April 1 is National Census Day and it’s not an April Fool’s Joke – the Census will be counting LGBT families.
By Gary J. Gates, Williams Distinguished Scholar, Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law LGBT families need to be visible and counted in the 2010 Census.