Supreme Court: Texas Ruling Not Requiring Gay Spouse Benefits StandsMonday's U.S. Supreme Court decision to reject Houston's appeal of the Texas court decision came without dissent or comment.
Texas Court Hears Case To Limit Gay Marriage LegalizationThe Texas Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a case that conservatives hope will provide an opening to challenge the landmark 2015 ruling legalizing gay marriage nationwide.
Judge Recognizes 1st Common-Law Same-Sex Marriage In TexasA judge has become the first to officially recognize a common-law same-sex marriage in Texas.
Cruz To Visit Jailed Kentucky ClerkRepublican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is heading to a Kentucky jail to support the county clerk imprisoned for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
Kentucky Clerk Appeals Order Putting Her In JailThe three-page motion does not include arguments as to why Kim Davis should be released but amends Davis' earlier appeal of the judge's order.
Judge Grants 1st Same-Sex Divorce In Tarrant CountyOn Thursday, a judge in Fort Worth granted the county's first ever same-sex divorce.
Ken Paxton Faces Contempt Hearing Over Same-Sex Marriage RightsA federal judge has ordered Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to explain why he should not be held in contempt for enforcing state laws that impede gay marriage rights.
Attorneys File Grievance Over AG Paxton's Comments On Same Sex MarriageA letter has been posted on-line, addressed to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. It's a grievance letter, and it talks about Paxton's response to the recent Supreme Court ruling on same sex marriage.