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House GOP to Supreme Court: Gays too powerful to warrant judicial protection

Republican members of the U.S. House leadership tell the U.S. Supreme Court it should uphold the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as constitutional, arguing that gays and lesbians are a powerful interest group, and do not warrant “judicial intervention.”

Prop 8 proponents urge Supreme Court to uphold voters’ ban on same-sex marriage

Proponents of California’s Proposition 8 — the 2008 voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage — urges the U.S. Supreme Court to preserve the state’s definition of marriage as between one man and one woman, the first of many arguments the high court will hear this year on the issue of marriage equality.

Meet the hero of the marriage equality movement

Edith Windsor never meant to be the face of a decades-long political, legal and civil-rights battle. But it’s a role that suits her well.

Newt Gingrich evolves on marriage equality

"The momentum is clearly now in the direction in finding some way to ... accommodate and deal with reality. And the reality is going to be that in a number of American states -- and it will be more after 2014 -- gay relationships will be legal, period."

COMMENTARY: The homophobe on the Supreme Court

Oh, Justice Antonin Scalia fancies himself one of the brightest minds in the land and he uses – and misuses – his bloody pulpit to advance his personal and political agenda. This is conduct unbecoming of any justice serving on the highest court of the land.

Rights of LGBT Latinos on trial in nation's highest court

The recent announcement that the Supreme Court of the United States will take up two cases involving same-sex marriage is of great significance to LGBT Latinos, as millions of Latinos who identify as LGBT are not afforded the rights and opportunities available through the recognition of their marriages.