Bills were filed Monday that would have the combined effect of legalizing same-sex marriage in Texas pending a public vote.
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In September, Connie Wilson was previously denied a Texas driver’s license because of her same-sex marriage. A month later, she managed to get one. Here’s how she did it.
John Wright joins us to discuss Connie Wilson, the California transplant who was denied a driver’s license by DPS over her same-sex marriage.
A woman who recently relocated from California says the Texas Department of Public Safety refused to issue her an accurate driver’s license because her last name was changed through a same-sex marriage.
Greg Abbott is arguing to the Fifth Circuit that Texas’ ban on same-sex marriage should be upheld to encourage straight couples to procreate.
Chris Hooks explains why there were no national figures present at the Texas Democratic Convention last weekend.
Legally married in other states, many same-sex couples in Texas face an uncertain future at home.
In the first interview of her campaign dedicated to LGBT issues, Wendy Davis underscores her commitment to fight for marriage equality as governor.
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.