Same Sex Marriage
Several hundred people celebrated in Key West Friday evening after the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that same-sex couples have the right to marry nationwide.
For many across the country, the Supreme Court’s historic gay marriage ruling is a reason for triumph and celebration, for others, the ruling is a disappointment.
South Florida same sex couples who are, or get, married will now have that marriage recognized by every state in the union.
A controversial bill that would allow private adoption agencies to refuse to place children with same-sex couples appears ready to die Friday with the end of the regular legislative session.
The debate on gay marriage is all about the Constitution of the United States of America and if it supports same-sex couples’ right to marry. That’s what the Supreme Court must decide.
Rejecting arguments by Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office, an appeals court Friday ruled that a same-sex couple married in Massachusetts can get a divorce in Florida.
South Florida has long been a premier tourist destination for any number of reasons. Well now you can add gay destination weddings to that list. On Valentine’s Day last weekend— in honor of Broward County’s centennial and the recent rulings legalizing same sex marriage in Florida, the city of Wilton Manors hosted free marriage ceremonies for 100 people. We focus on this event in particular and the bigger picture of gay marriage as big business in Florida.
Dozens of same sex couples exchanged wedding vows and made their marriages legal making it a historic wedding day in Fort Lauderdale on Thursday.
Now that same-sex couples can say their “I dos,” one infant will be able to call a lesbian couple her parents.
Supreme Court justices said they will decide if same-sex couples around the nation will have the right to marry under the Constitution.