Christian groups convened today at the capitol for Texas Faith & Family Day, happening just as the state’s ban on gay marriage appears to be collapsing.
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On the eve of a federal appeals court hearing in a lawsuit challenging Texas’ same-sex marriage bans, a Republican legislator has introduced a bill that would prohibit county clerks from issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
Asked about interracial marriage, Greg Abbott couldn’t think of an answer. That’s odd, because he normally doesn’t shy from forceful arguments.
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Legally married in other states, many same-sex couples in Texas face an uncertain future at home.
The state GOP might be trying to be more inclusive in some ways, but that stops with the gays.
If the current trends hold, a majority of Texans will soon approve of same-sex marriage.
Anti-gay marriage groups may be in decline nationally—but in Texas, they’ve got a lot of fight left. I talked to Jonathan Saenz about the movement’s future.
Texas songstress Michelle Shocked responds to her incoherent rant regarding gay marriage and California’s Proposition 8, which would ban it.