The justices said today they will review an appellate court's decision to uphold the ban on same-sex marriage in Ohio, Tennessee, Michigan and Kentucky. This is in part because of recent Supreme Court rulings backing the recognition of same-sex marriages, which played a part in boosting Indianapolis from its score last year of Across the country, the study found that cities became fairer to their LGBT residents in the past year, even as standards on the Municipal Equality Index became tougher.
Read More. Alix Mattingly. Our analysis looks at the long-term demand and the average cost of a same-sex wedding in each state. Hodgeswhich guaranteed same-sex couples the same rights to marry as heterosexual couples.
Lawyers for Governor Beshear are asking the appeals court to reverse rulings from U. The three-judge panel from the U. Those include the Presbytery of Transylvania in eastern Kentucky.
Call Star reporter Stephanie Wang at Supreme Court could decide this month whether it will consider same-sex marriage cases from Kentucky. Cities that have more vibrant LGBT communities also tend to have higher income levels and housing values, the study said, with workplace fairness attracting a better business atmosphere.
The three-judge panel from the U. The researchers multiplied that by thecouples who married since June The Tennessee attorney general is asking the U. Many or all of the products featured here are from our partners who compensate us.
States have to balance a budget. In oral arguments Wednesday before a federal appeals court, Gov. Circuit Court of Appeals marked a rare victory for gay rights opponents. Republicans would have to win a net gain of five seats this fall to take control of the House.