The fight for marriage equality rages on in Florida. It’s been a rollercoaster ride the past few weeks for gay marriage advocates. It began when a circuit judge ruled that Florida’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional and that marriage licenses could be issued beginning July 22. We focus on the latest developments through the eyes of the gay couple leading the fight to marry.
Dust off your nets and tickle sticks, South Florida, the 2014 mini-season is around the corner.
Aaron Huntsman and William Lee Jones planned on marrying Tuesday in Key West after a judge ruled in their favor—overturning Florida’s voter-approved constitutional amendment banning same sex marriage—but that won’t happen just yet as the motion was denied Monday.
A Monroe County judge, on Thursday, overturned Florida’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriage after a legal challenge by gay couples said the ban effectively made them second-class citizens.
Nearly 100 people gathered in a Key West nightclub Thursday night to celebrate as a Florida Keys judge legalized same-sex marriage in Monroe County. The county encompasses the entire island chain.
The state’s attorney general, on Tuesday, filed motions on two cases to defend the state’s ban on gay marriage.
Locals are dashing for cash hidden throughout South Florida and on Thursday afternoon, the chosen spot is Brickell.
If you’re looking for a free cup of joe, try Dunkin’ Donuts after a Miami Heat win.
A brush fire near Florida City created a traffic detour for drivers traveling to or from Monroe County on U.S. 1 on Saturday, May 17th.
An alleged dispute, between neighbors, over crack ended with two arrests in Key Largo on Wednesday after one of the neighbors allegedly started swinging his machete.