Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane refused on Thursday to fight a lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union challenging the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.
Helena Miller and her wife, Dara Raspberry, want Pennsylvania to recognize their marriage. Will their suit prompt the Supreme Court to guarantee same-sex marriage rights for all?
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The Supreme Court’s decisions on gay marriage change things big and small in America. Let’s hope the most profound impacts come to smalltown hospital waiting rooms and funeral homes.
As an Orthodox Jew, the first time I ever seriously questioned the validity and applicability of the Torah — indeed, perhaps the only time — was when I thought deeply about the issue of homosexuality.
Despite their differences in faith, Pope Benedict and a leading French rabbi see eye to eye on at least one thing: gay marriage.
Crossposted from Haaretz