2nd October 2013
US: Kentucky Attorney General defends equal marriage ban but admits it puts gay couples at disadvantage 1
1:28 PM — The Attorney General in the US state of Kentucky has defended the state's equal marriage ban, despite his office admitting that overturning it would grant equal legal protections to same-sex couples.
30th May 2013
US: Michigan bill would repeal state ban on equal marriage 8
2:22 PM — Senators in Michigan are to attempt to repeal the state's constitutional amendment which bans same-sex marriage.
23rd April 2013
US: Nevada Senate passes bill to initiate repeal equal marriage ban
5:03 PM — The Senate in the US state of Nevada passed a bill on Monday to begin the repeal of a voter-approved constitutional amendement banning equal marriage.
19th February 2013
US: Key player in Obama re-election campaign seeks to remove Ohio equal marriage ban
4:31 PM — One of the key players in President Barack Obama's re-election campaign has joined efforts in the US state of Ohio to repeal its ban on equal marriage.
22nd December 2012
US: Wisconsin court rules in favour of same sex domestic partnership registry 3
2:34 AM — An appeals court ruled on Friday that Wisconsin's same sex domestic partnership registry does not violate a state constitutional amendment which bans marriage equality.
31st October 2012
US: $16 million Minnesotan marriage amendment campaigns are the largest ever 3
12:46 AM — The main groups supporting and opposing the Minnesotan constitutional marriage amendment have raised in total, around $16 million, with equal marriage supporters having raised almost twice than those opposed to it.
23rd October 2012
US: New York Mayor donates $500,000 towards equal marriage efforts 7
1:16 AM — The Mayor of New York City has offered $500,000 (£312,000) from his personal fortune towards the push for marriage equality in Maine, Minnesota and Washington.
9th April 2012
Obama opposes Minnesota’s proposed anti-marriage equality measure 5
11:09 PM — President Obama's campaign group in Minnesota has issued a statement today, saying they will oppose the state's proposed constitutional amendment to define marriage as strictly that between one man and one woman.