State Senate Approves Bill That Would Drop Traditional Definition Of Marriage As ‘Between A Man And Woman’
The bill was sent to the Assembly on a 25-10 vote, with only Republicans in opposition. Two Republicans, Anthony Cannella of Ceres and Ted Gaines of Roseville, voted in favor.
California prison officials have confirmed that inmates can get married to someone of the same sex under certain conditions.
A protest was held Thursday in support of a gay Catholic school teacher who was fired from his job shortly after he legally married his partner.
A San Bernardino man says he was fired from his job less than two weeks after he celebrated his marriage to his same-sex partner.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris says the elected clerk of San Diego County is improperly using the state’s legal system to try to prevent same-sex couples from getting married.
California’s highest court is again refusing to immediately stop the state from sanctioning same-sex marriages.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is urging the state Supreme Court to reject the San Diego County clerk’s attempt to stop gay marriages in the state.
The California Supreme Court is refusing to order the state to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
A record number of couples Monday were expected to take advantage of free same-sex marriage ceremonies in West Hollywood.
After a long 5-year wait, same-sex couples are expected to flock to West Hollywood to get married Monday and the city is responding by temporarily deputizing council members and other officials to help perform the weddings.
The adult film industry is citing a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage in an effort to muzzle its main opponent in the legal battle to keep condoms off of its actors.
Backed by rainbow flags and confetti, thousands celebrated in California’s streets after U.S. Supreme Court rulings brought major advances for gay marriage proponents in the state and across the country.
The U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday cleared the way for same-sex marriages to resume in California.
As the Supreme Court debates on homosexual marriage, Southern Californians gathered in vigil, as anticipation of the court’s ruling grows.
They mostly kept their distance, these supporters and opponents of gay marriage, as they massed Tuesday in front of the Supreme Court to proclaim with signs and slogans their conflicting views about the cutting-edge question before the justices.