Maryland’s same-sex marriage debate may end up being decided in the voting booth, but Gov. Martin O’Malley told a conference on Catholicism and homosexuality Friday that he believes voters will come down on the side of human dignity.
Supporters of gay marriage, which was signed into law in Maryland last week, say they are working to uphold the measure.
NAACP President Benjamin Jealous said Thursday the civil rights group supports legislation in Maryland to extend rights to transgender residents.
Maryland First Lady Katie O’Malley isn’t mincing any words when it comes to describing why she thinks gay marriage legislation failed last year.
The Baltimore Sun’s John Eisenberg joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss gay athletes in the locker room and integrity or misinformation in sports reporting today.
For the first time, service members can be openly gay in uniform.
The boards of UNITY: Journalists of Color and the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association have agreed to a partnership.
The New York legislature’s decision to legalize same sex marriage draws attention to the debate in Maryland.
Not this year. Maryland lawmakers were on the verge of making history, to become the sixth state in the country to allow same-sex marriages, but on Friday those efforts are all but dead.
A Maryland House committee has moved forward a bill to legalize gay marriage in the state.
The chairman of Maryland’s House Judiciary Committee says he will likely delay voting again on a bill to legalize same-sex marriage.
Should gay men and women be allowed to marry in Maryland? We’re just days away from a pivotal vote and those who say yes are gaining support.