Australia Legalizes Same-Sex MarriageAustralia is now the 26th nation to legalize same-sex marriage.
Supreme Court Hears Same Sex Wedding Cake CaseThe case of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple's marriage goes before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Settlement Reached In Birth Certificates DisputeThe state has agreed to settle a federal lawsuit over birth certificates issued to children born into same-sex marriages.
Court: No Parental Rights For Woman After Same-Sex Relationship A woman whose same-sex relationship ended before gay marriage was made legal does not have rights to a child her former partner gave birth to in 2008, a Michigan appeals court ruled Wednesday.
Florida Begins Issuing Birth Certificates To Same-Sex CouplesFlorida health officials have started listing both spouses on birth certificates of children born into same-sex marriages.
Miami Archbishop Reacts To Pope's New GuidelinesMiami's Catholic Archbishop is reacting to the release of Pope Francis' long awaited guide to love, sex and marriage.
"Pastor Protection" Bill Headed For House VoteA state House bill that would protect churches or preachers from lawsuits if they refused to perform same-sex marriages is headed to a full floor vote where it will likely pass.
Drag Queen Drop Highlights Key West New Year's EveNew Year's Eve revelers celebrated the arrival of 2016 in Key West with multiple subtropical takeoffs on the traditional "ball drop" in New York City's Times Square -- including the "drop" of a renowned female impersonator in a super-sized red high heel after one of 2015’s last same-sex weddings.
Same-Sex Couples Seek Ruling In Birth Certificate DisputeNearly a year after same-sex marriages started in Florida, a legal decision could be looming in a dispute about birth certificates for children of same-sex couples.
Marriage Bill Passes Allowing Pastors To Refuse Gay WeddingsThe House Civil Justice Subcommittee voted along party lines Wednesday to approve a bill that would allow pastors to refuse to officiate at weddings that violate their religious beliefs.
Marriage Bill Passes Amid Mutual DistrustAmid signs of distrust on both sides of the emotionally charged issue, the House Civil Justice Subcommittee voted along party lines Wednesday to approve a bill that would allow pastors to refuse to officiate at weddings that violate their religious beliefs.
Changes Sought In State Law After Marriage RulingWith the U.S. Supreme Court ensuring that same-sex marriage is legal, a House Democrat has filed a bill to revamp part of Florida law that sets requirements for issuing marriage licenses.

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