Same-sex Marriage in Kentucky, Sooner or Later? The question isn’t whether or not same-sex marriage will be legal in Kentucky; the question is when it will be legal in Kentucky. At this point, Kentucky has the opportunity to be a trailblazer with regard to the legalization of same-sex marriage. To date, fifty-five percent of the … Continue reading A snap shot in time from April 2015: Same-sex Marriage in Kentucky, Sooner or Later?
Stanford University was gracious enough to have the entire legal team and all the Plaintiffs that could join us to their university this week so that we could talk with the students, and professor, that have been proof reading and fact checking for the Bourke v. Beshear and Love v. Beshear cases that are to be heard on April 28, 2015 by the … Continue reading Stanford University
We are on our way to the Supreme Court. On January 16, 2015, the US Supreme Court has granted cert for the cases from the 6th Circuit. This means that the Supreme Court will be hearing arguments on the cases from Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee regarding the bans on same-sex marriage. The Supreme Court will be hearing arguments … Continue reading The Supreme Court ruling from 1/16/15
The case being referred to by some as the “Roe v Wade” of gay marriage. In an interview with Michael DeLeon and Greg Bourke, you can here from one of the couples in this case. http://america.aljazeera.com/watch/shows/america-tonight/2014/12/exclusive-the-roevwadeofgaymarriagepartone.html
On Wednesday, August 6, 2014, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments in the same-sex marriage cases. These cases represented the six cases in Michigan, Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio. The Court did not indicate when the decision will be coming out, but they did indicate that it would most likely not be a final … Continue reading 6th Circuit Oral Arguments