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Same-Sex Marriage
Following a Supreme Court decision issued Friday, June 26, 2015, marriages of same-sex couples are legally recognized throughout the United States.


Argentina · Belgium · Brazil · Canada · Colombia · Denmark1. Finland · France · Iceland ... In the late 20th century, rites of marriage for same-sex couples without legal recognition became increasingly common. The first law providing for ...


The legal issues surrounding same-sex marriage in the United States are determined by the nation's federal system of government, ...


Jun 29, 2015 ... 14 US states with bans on same-sex marriage can no longer enforce them in the wake of a historic US Supreme Court ruling that gay marriage ...


Feb 16, 2016 ... Details about which states had legalized or banned gay marriage before the US Supreme Court made same-sex marriage legal nationwide.


Thirty-seven states had legalized same-sex marriage prior to the Supreme Court ruling.


"Just as Hawaii's high court seemed poised to allow same-sex marriages, gay activists have seen their visions of legal weddings on the beaches of Maui ...


Jun 26, 2015 ... "The nature of injustice is that we may not always see it in our own times," Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote after recounting the legal struggles ...


Jun 14, 2016 ... The 2003 same-sex marriage law recognized marriages from other countries where the practice is legal. In 2004, the law was expanded to ...


Same sex marriage is now legal in the entire US after a Supreme Court ruling striking down state marriage bans. How did we get to this point?