Archived from the original on October 18, On May 20, the Sixth Circuit consolidated the two cases and on November 6 ruled 2—1 that Ohio's ban on same-sex marriage did not violate the Federal Constitution. Maine made great strides inpassing five bills protecting the health and rights of its LGBTQ residents.
Clerks in Boulder, Denver and Pueblo counties have all previously stated they believe they had the right to begin issuing the licenses this summer and that those licenses were valid. On October 6, the Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal of that decision.
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Florida Amendment 2 . Utah State Constitution. Colorado is just the second state west of the Mississippi River to approve a civil unions or same-sex marriage proposal on a legislative vote. Washington Post. Arkansas Secretary of State.
Legal guardianships nationwide, except Hong Kong and Macauresidency rights for foreign spouses of legal residents Hong Kong. The Supreme Court overturned sections of DOMA that denied federal benefits to traditionally married same-sex couples who married in states where it is legal.
August 13, In OctoberOverland Park, which is the second largest city in the state after Wichita, banned discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. The city extends protections to employment, housing, and public accommodations, and its school district has a liaison for LGBTQ students.
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A: No. Not recognized in Caribbean overseas territories , though marriage-equivalent ordered for the Cayman Islands. However, that may be partially due to the fact that laws regarding hate crimes targeting the LGBTQ community cover only sexual orientation.
Minneapolis has even been called the "gayest city in America" by Advocate, the national gay news magazine. Nebraska has no ban on transgender exclusions in state medicaid coverage, and it does not provide transgender-inclusive health benefits to state employees either. Civil unions and registered partnerships.