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No Action Yet from Supreme Court on Prop.8 Case
The Supreme Court today declined to take any action on AFER's federal court challenge to Proposition 8, or several challenges to the so-called Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
Video: 14 Supreme Court Rulings on Marriage
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled 14 times that marriage is a fundamental right. Watch this video to learn more about the cases.
L.A. Times: Supreme Court Decides this Week Whether to Rule on Gay Marriage
In a front-page article Sunday, the Los Angeles Times sheds light on this week’s major development in AFER's case challenging Prop. 8.
AFER Gives Thanks
This year, we have much to be thankful for. Gay and lesbian couples will soon be able to get married in three more states. Earlier this year, California's Prop. 8 was ruled unconstitutional by the Ninth Circuit, paving the way for a final decision from the U.S. Supreme Court.
New Date Set for Prop. 8 at the Supreme Court
The U.S. Supreme Court will discuss whether to hear AFER’s federal constitutional challenge to California’s Proposition 8 at its private Conference on Friday, November 30.
Date Set: US Supreme Court to Decide Fate of Prop. 8 and DOMA Cases
The U.S. Supreme Court has announced that it will consider whether to grant review in AFER's federal constitutional challenge to California's Proposition 8.
Under Oath: Prop. 8 Witness Supports Marriage Equality Arguments
Here’s what happened when Prop. 8 was put on trial: We had 17 witnesses, they had only 2. And when witnesses raise their right hand, they swear to tell the whole truth, even their own witness supported our case.
AFER Debunks NOM’s New Propaganda Video
NOM's latest propaganda piece is an attractive “Marriage 101” video that includes claims that NOM knows are not true – claims that AFER’s all-star legal team expertly debunked during the 2010 federal district court trial of Prop. 8.
Again! DOMA Ruled Unconstitutional.
For the second time, a federal appeals court has ruled that the so-called Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional, saying that the law unfairly treats married gay and lesbian couples differently.
Prop. 8 and DOMA Challenges: What’s the Difference?
The United States Supreme Court now is considering two types of cases that deal with marriage for gay and lesbian couples. AFER explains what they have in common and how they are different.