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Same-Sex Marriage

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  • Longwood bakery takes heat for refusing to make anti-gay cake

    Longwood bakery takes heat for refusing to make anti-gay cake
    When a caller asked Sharon Haller to make a sheet cake with an anti-gay-marriage message, the Longwood baker thought it was a prank and hung up. But a day later, Haller was still dealing with threats and other fallout after a video of the conversation...
  • Conscience protection supporters stunned by Indiana retreat, but will press on

    Conscience protection supporters stunned by Indiana retreat, but will press on
    Conservative faith leaders who have made religious liberty a rallying cry as gay marriage spread throughout the states have been stunned by Indiana's abrupt retreat from a law some advocates said would protect objectors from recognizing the unions....
  • Indiana family says its pizzeria won't cater gay weddings

    Indiana family says its pizzeria won't cater gay weddings
    An Indiana woman whose family owns a small-town pizzeria says the state's new religious objections law supports the restaurant's right to deny service to any same-sex couples who might ask them to cater their wedding. Crystal O'Connor of Memories...
  • Answers to common questions about religious objections bills

    Arkansas and Indiana leaders have agreed to modify new state laws that were billed as protecting religious freedom but drew criticism from across the country as opening the door to anti-gay discrimination. The Republican governors of both states signed...
  • Clive Crook: Misguided law sparks a dishonest debate

    The back-and-forth over Indiana's supposedly anti-gay Religious Freedom Restoration Act has all the hallmarks of contemporary American politics. Rather than trying to narrow the areas of disagreement, widen them. Take for granted your opponent's bad...
  • Yes, some people do follow the Bible to the letter

    Yes, some people do follow the Bible to the letter
    In his recent column ("The conservative case for same-sex marriage," March 29), Eddie Zipperer gives three reasons why conservatives should favor same sex marriage. I find his second, poking fun at the Bible, to be both offensive and ignorant. As an...
  • How a hero of Obamacare became a foe of gay rights: the Steve Beshear case

    How a hero of Obamacare became a foe of gay rights: the Steve Beshear case
    Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear is one of the unquestioned heroes of the Affordable Care Act, aggressively expanding Medicaid and supporting a state exchange to the extent that Kentucky has experienced the second-largest reduction in its uninsured rate in the...
  • 15 states urge Supreme Court to uphold gay marriage bans

    Eight states where same-sex couples can marry are among 15 states urging the Supreme Court to uphold gay marriage bans and leave the matter to voters and lawmakers. Louisiana and 14 other states are telling the justices in a brief filed Thursday that the...
  • Threats, police patrols at Indiana pizzeria that won't cater gay weddings

    Threats, police patrols at Indiana pizzeria that won't cater gay weddings
    Police have stepped up patrols around a small-town Indiana pizzeria after one of the owners said the state's new religious objections law backs their right to deny catering to a same-sex wedding. Walkerton Police assistant chief Charles Kulp tells the...
  • Indiana pizzeria raises more than $160,000 after anti-gay criticism

    Supporters of an Indiana pizza restaurant that was thrust into the national spotlight after one of its owners said she wouldn't cater a gay wedding have raised more than $160,000. Donations for Memories Pizza in Walkerton, Ind., have poured in to the...
  • How do 'religious freedom' acts encourage discrimination?

    How do 'religious freedom' acts encourage discrimination?
    "I could have handled that better." I don't know if the captain of the Titanic ever said that. But Mike Pence did on Tuesday. The Indiana governor has managed to step on an impressive number of parts of his own anatomy recently and in the process...