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United States President Barack Obama invited the Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear in this year's State of the Union address, where he praised the Democrat is aggressively spending on affordable care. "He's like a
Although he's with the President on Obamacare, Beshear has turned from Democrats on same-sex marriage, saying he would appeal a federal court ruling overturning the Kentucky ban . Beshear argues that traditional marriage leads to procreation and a
Gov. Steve Beshear defended his role Wednesday in arguing that a ban on same-sex marriages is needed in Kentucky because only opposite-sex couples can procreate, thus ensuring a stable birth rate and the state's long-term economic stability. In
State officials are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the constitutional prohibition of North Dakota on same-sex marriage. The State Attorney General's Office filed a motion Tuesday in United States
North Dakota (AP) State officials in the rural northwestern state of North Dakota are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging its constitutional prohibition on same-sex marriage. The state attorney general's office filed the motion
A federal judge on Tuesday overturned a ban on same-sex marriage of Kentucky. "In America, even sincere and long-held religious beliefs do not trump constitutional rights of those who happen to have been voted out,"
38 a.m. , updated July 1, 2014 at 12:59 p.m. The Indiana Attorney General's Office is asking a federal court to recognize the marriage of two of the plaintiffs in the case that led to a judge striking down Indiana's ban of gay marriage last week.
California's family laws would reflect the legality of same-sex marriage under a bill headed to the governor's desk...The bill removes language from the family code that says marriage must be "between a man and a woman" and substitutes gender-neutral
Tuesday, July 1, 2014 Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution The state Board of Regents voted Monday to comply with federal laws and recognize same-sex marriages for participants in a University System of Georgia retirement plan. The vote
Supporters and opponents of Nevada's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage will have a combined 20 minutes to make their case before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals when the case is heard Sept. 8 in San Francisco. The court has scheduled oral