5th March 2014
Wisconsin: Judge refuses to use injunction against equal marriage ban 2
2:30 PM — A US federal judge says she won't block Wisconsin's equal marriage ban while a lawsuit challenging it moves forward.
10th September 2013
US: Wisconsin same-sex couples to challenge state over tax forms 2
6:28 PM — Same-sex couples legally married in other US states say they may still file their taxes jointly in Wisconsin, in defiance at the state’s decision that they must file their state tax returns separately.
22nd June 2013
US: Pride cancelled in Wisconsin city due to safety concerns 12
12:58 AM — The organiser of what was to be the city of Wausau, Wisconsin's first ever pride parade, has cancelled the event, becuse some of those involved feared for their safety after a backlash from the community.
5th May 2013
US: Straight Catholic school leader claims he lost job offer because he was suspected to be gay 14
8:18 PM — A Catholic private school system has been accused of discriminating against a straight man, who claims they pulled an offer to make him president over rumours that he is gay.
1st May 2013
US: Church cancels former NFL player’s speech over congratulatory tweet to Jason Collins 13
5:50 PM — A former NFL player and Super Bowl Champion, has had a speaking appearance cancelled by a church over a congratulatory tweet he sent to recently out NBA star, Jason Collins.
17th March 2013
US: Top Republican says there is ‘no doubt’ more young party members are pro-marriage equality 3
9:01 PM — The Governor of Wisconsin said on Saturday that he wasn't ruling out a 2016 Presidency bid, then on Sunday told interviewers that young Republicans didn't "resonate" with the party's anti-equal marriage stance.
4th January 2013
Video: Vice President Joe Biden swears in first openly LGBT senator Tammy Baldwin 3
1:25 AM — Democrat Tammy Baldwin has become the first openly gay politician to be sworn into the US Senate. On Thursday, the junior senator for Wisconsin swore the oath of office to US Vice-President Joe Biden.
3rd January 2013
US: Tammy Baldwin becomes first openly gay member sworn into US Senate 5
7:08 PM — Democrat Tammy Baldwin has become the first openly gay politician to be sworn into the US Senate. Earlier today, the junior senator for Wisconsin swore the oath of office to US Vice-President Joe Biden.
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.
7th November 2012
US 2012: Tammy Baldwin elected as first openly gay US senator 14
2:57 AM — Democrat Tammy Baldwin has become the first openly gay member of the US Senate, beating Republican Tommy Thompson in the senate race for Wisconsin.
29th October 2012
US: Bishop urges followers to vote against ‘intrinsically evil’ policies, including equal marriage 12
8:00 PM — A bishop in the state of Wisconsin has spoken out urging voters to choose only candidates who are opposed to equal marriage and abortion, saying that those in favour of such policies were "intrinsically evil".
11th October 2012
New African American anti-equal marriage group vows to damage Obama’s re-election chances 44
1:15 PM — A new anti-equal marriage campaign group of conservative African American faith leaders says it will spend $1 million (£623,100) in an attempt to strip away 25% of President Obama’s support among black voters.
17th May 2011
Wisconsin governor wants to stop defending gay domestic partnerships 26
3:37 PM — The governor of Wisconsin has said he wants to stop defending the state's domestic partnership registry for gay couples. Scott Walker, a Republican, told a judge he believes the law is unconstitutional because it mimics marriage.
3rd November 2010
US mid-term elections: Four out gay representatives 4
3:45 PM — There are now four out gay men and women in the US House of Representatives after David Cicilline, a Democrat, won the Rhode Island congressional seat being vacated by retiring Representative Patrick Kennedy.
19th October 2010
Wear purple on Wednesday in memory of gay teen suicides 14
5:24 PM — After a spate of suicides among gay US teenagers, people across the world will wear purple tomorrow to honour their memory. More than 1.3 million people have pledged on Facebook to mark 'Spirit Day', which was created by Canadian teenager Brittany McMillan.