Topics :: Civil Unions
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Mar 28, 2012
Malta’s government plans to introduce a law that could recognize same-sex civil unions in the tiny, Catholic nation.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Mar 21, 2012
Former president Jimmy Carter says he supports same-sex civil unions in his new book.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Jan 25, 2012
Cuba’s first daughter and LGBT activist, Mariela Castro, announced that the country would soon consider legalizing civil unions.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Jan 18, 2012
A gay couple from Ocean Grove, N.J., won a civil rights case against the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association. The group refused to allow the couple to hold their civil union ceremony on the boardwalk, which violated the state’s anti-discrimination law.
By Joe Siegel | Friday Oct 7, 2011
A scathing report from the Rhode Island chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union on the state’s civil unions law suggests same-sex couples continue to wait for full marriage equality in their states before they legally codify their relationships.
By Troy Petenbrink | Friday Sep 23, 2011
Grammy-nominated singer Taylor Dayne headlined the 15th annual Delaware Pride in Rehoboth Beach on Saturday, Sept. 17, but torrential rains and gusty winds forced organizers to end the annual festival early.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Sep 7, 2011
The disclosure from a Church of Ireland clergyman that he and his male life partner have entered into a civil union has produced a reaction of bewilderment, joy, and anger from the denomination’s faithful.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Sep 6, 2011
A ballot initiative promoted by anti-gay groups in North Carolina would not only deny gay and lesbian families marriage if approved by voters; it would also remove civil unions and domestic partnerships from the realm of legal possibility in the state.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Aug 25, 2011
Former Governor of Utah and Ambassador Jon Huntsman reaffirmed his belief on a recent CNN appearance that same-sex couples should be granted a level of legal recognition.
By Louis Finley | Wednesday Aug 24, 2011
Census statistics indicates the number of same-sex couples in New Jersey has increased 45 percent over the last decade, but Garden State Equality maintains these numbers are significantly higher.