A married couple, who has spent many months living apart because the United States didn’t recognize their union, were finally reunited last week.
Cheers erupted Wednesday morning at the Save Dade headquarters after hearing the U.S. Supreme Court had declared the Defense of Marriage Act was unconstitutional.
Not feeling confident that an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court ruling will nullify Florida’s ban on same sex marriage, a group that supports it is about to launch a public opinion campaign.
During the annual Jefferson Jackson Dinner in Hollywood, U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz spoke to Jim DeFede about the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in which they declared human genes could not be patented and how that could save thousands of lives.
Describing what it called a “damning indictment” of representation for poor criminal defendants, the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that the Miami-Dade County public defender’s office could withdraw from a large chunk of felony cases because of excessive workloads.
There has been a growing chorus of U.S. senators who have recently come out in support of marriage equality, Florida’s senior senator is not one of them.
The United States Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police must first get a search warrant before bringing drug-sniffing police dogs onto a suspects property.
When the U.S. Supreme Court considers two landmark cases on gay rights this week, Terry DeCarlo and Bill Huelsman will be following closely.
Numerous Republican governors, including Rick Scott, have rejected expanding Medicaid as part of the Affordable Care Act. But a quirk in the law could force governors into a tough spot of denying health coverage to U.S. citizens, but giving it to legal immigrants.
The Florida Supreme Court voted Thursday to uphold a law requiring public employees to contribute three percent of their income to the state’s pension plan.