Topic: US Supreme Court (Page 2)

  • Washington Examiner: A Conservative Case for Marriage Equality

    Post | July 8, 2015

    Log Cabin Republicans National Executive Director Gregory T. Angelo writes in an op-ed in the Washington Examiner: “There’s an assumption that the GOP will greet the dawn of national marriage equality with apathy at best and resistance, hostility and obstinacy at worst. These expectations fail to consider the fact that there’s a compelling conservative case […]

  • Washington Post: Attempt to Block Same-Sex Marriages in Texas is Turned Back

    Post | May 13, 2015

    Washington Post reporter Sandhya Somashekhar covers the recent failure of a bill in the Texas State Legislature that would have penalized County Clerks who issued marriage licenses to same-sex couples by taking away their salaries, including commentary from Log Cabin Republicans.You can read the full story at this link.

  • CNN: The GOP’s Tricky Same-Sex Marriage Balancing Act

    Post | April 28, 2015

    CNN’s Reporters Nia-Malika Henderson looks at the tight rope the Republican presidential hopefuls have to walk. These candidates need to work with the moderate business wing of their party, which is more in line with the general public, and the Christian conservative wing which flatly opposes same-sex marriage. Walking this line might become less complicated […]

  • CBS News: Gay Americans Share Different, At Times Surprising, Views On Marriage

    Post | April 28, 2015

    CBS News reporter Stephanie Condon looks at different views on marriage. The Supreme Court on Tuesday is hearing the arguments over the fundamental question of whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry where these arguments will play out. For the full story please watch the full video here.