An opinion from Maryland’s Attorney General could make it a very happy New Year for some same-sex couples. Starting later this week, they can apply for a marriage license so that they can be married on Jan. 1 instead of Jan. 4.
The Rev. Robert Krempels and Virginia Perna each found themselves widowed in 2008. His marriage lasted about 63 years. Hers, about 52 years. They connected last year at a local church function. One date led to another.
President Obama wasn’t the only winner on election night. Voters in four states sided with gays and lesbians at the ballot box.
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.
Maryland Rep. Steny Hoyer is speaking out on how his view of same-sex marriage has evolved.
Barbara Schultze was never in a hurry to get married and didn’t mind waiting. The wait is over, and now the 70-year-old Frederick woman is ready to walk down the aisle for the first time May 27.
Supporters of gay marriage, which was signed into law in Maryland last week, say they are working to uphold the measure.
Maryland made history Thursday night. Gov. Martin O’Malley signed a law allowing legal same-sex marriages in the state.
Last week’s Senate approval of the state’s same-sex marriage bill marked another victory for supporters. But the campaign to give the last say to voters is underway.
Supporters of same-sex marriage flooded Annapolis, hoping to sway undecided delegates.
A marathon debate over the state’s same-sex marriage bill goes late into the night. Things get heated for opponents and supporters during a House of Delegates hearing in Annapolis.
A showdown is building in Annapolis over same-sex marriage. On Monday night hundreds rallied against legislation to allow same-sex couples to marry.