With the election just weeks away, the battle over same-sex marriage is heating up.
There’s more fallout in the Gallaudet University controversy over the suspension of an administrator who signed the same-sex marriage petition. This time it’s over a campaign ad.
Gallaudet University is under fire from both proponents and opponents of gay marriage after placing an administrator on leave for signing a petition to put Maryland’s gay-marriage law on the ballot.
A group of religious leaders urges voters to vote yes on Question 6. But opponents move forward with ammunition against it.
For the first time since she was suspended, Gallaudet University administrator Angela McCaskill speaks out. The university’s chief diversity officer was placed on administrative leave last week for signing the petition to put same-sex marriage on the November ballot.
An attorney for Gallaudet University’s chief diversity officer who has been placed on leave for signing a petition to put Maryland’s same-sex marriage law on the ballot says she only signed it so the issue could be decided by the democratic process.
A gay rights group on Monday urged President Barack Obama to speak in support of same-sex marriage in four states that have ballot initiatives on it next month.
Irene Huskens has the wedding venue picked out: a charming bed-and-breakfast in southern Maryland. But the wedding is no sure thing.
A Gallaudet University administrator remains on leave for signing the petition to put same-sex marriage on Maryland’s November ballot.
Maryland Rep. Steny Hoyer is speaking out on how his view of same-sex marriage has evolved.
A storm of controversy is brewing in Maryland’s same-sex marriage campaign. A college administrator has been placed on administrative leave for signing the petition to put same-sex marriage on the November ballot.
Supporters of traditional marriage hit the airways with their first campaign ad urging voters to say no to same-sex marriage.