Lawyer, attorney general battle it out before the justices in cases that could decide if same-sex couples can dissolve out-of-state unions ANNA WAUGH | News Editor AUSTIN — The legal differences between states that recognize same-sex marriage and those that don’t collided in the Texas Supreme Court on Tuesday. Two same-sex couples who married in Massachusetts but now live in Texas want to divorce, but Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is fighting it, arguing same-sex couples in Texas can’t divorce because the state doesn’t recognize their marriages. Jody Scheske, the attorney for the two couples, H.B. and J.B....Read More
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Posted by David Taffet | Jul 31, 2013
In Minnesota and Rhode Island, same-sex couples can begin to marry at midnight. Colorado granted its first same-sex divorce.Read More