Tag Archives: appeal

Speed Read: Idaho poised for Friday

A federal judge in Oregon is expected to rule any day now on that state's ban on same-sex marriage. And a federal judge In Idaho refused to grant a stay of her decision striking that state's ban on same-sex marriage.

Speed Read: Voluntary appeal

Tennessee’s attorney general on Tuesday asked a federal judge in Nashville to stay enforcement of her injunction to require the state to recognize the marriages of three same-sex couples, and is appealing the order to the federal appeals court. A

Speed Read: Friday 11 October 2013

New Jersey judge rejects state request to stay her order to allow same-sex couples to marry; but, state seeks emergency appeal. Pennsylvania governor wants out as defendant in marriage lawsuit. Right-wing presidential hopefuls and anti-gay crusaders convene today in Washington,

Prop 8 appeal heading to full circuit

Attorneys defending California’s same-sex marriage ban are filing a petition today (February 21), seeking full 9th Circuit review of an appeals panel ruling that Proposition 8 is unconstitutional.

Yes on 8 appeals videotape ruling

Attorneys for the proponents of California’s same-sex marriage ban filed notice Thursday, September 22, that they intend to ask a federal appeals court to overturn a recent decision to make public videotapes of the landmark trial.

Prop 8 proponents to appeal Judge Ware’s ruling, too

Supporters of Proposition 8 filed official notice Monday, June 27, that they intend to appeal a U.S. District Court ruling that rejected their request to vacate the landmark decision that found California’s ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.

2010’s events predict more, and less, in 2011

If past is prologue, 2011 should turn out to be a fairly decent one for the LGBT community. It’s not that everything turned out so rosy for the community in 2010, but the gains registered more powerfully than the losses.