The Philadelphia-based 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday denied Schuylkill County Orphans Court Clerk Theresa Santai-Gaffney’s request to intervene in the case.
Former state representative Sam Rohrer is president of the American Pastors Network and the Pennsylvania Pastors Network, both based in Elverson, Pa.
Montgomery County clerk Bruce Hanes can resume issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Now that same sex marriage is a reality in Pennsylvania, LGBT advocates says they will now focus their efforts on gaining civil rights protection.
Eyewitness News reporter Steve Patterson shows us how Philadelphia could benefit in a big way from same-sex marriage.
“I now pronounce you husband and husband — you may seal your vows with a kiss!” Judge Sheila Woods-Skipper told Oscar Cabrera and Chris DiCapua, the first same-sex couple to marry at Philadelphia City Hall since the ban was overturned.
The legalization of same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania is a huge win not only for the LGBT community, but also for the wedding industry.
Mayor Michael Nutter plans to officiate a string of same-sex weddings Friday.
Now that marriage equality is a reality in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Montco register of wills D. Bruce Hanes is still feeling the pain of his insubordination.
Chris covers the latest on the VA scandal, Allyson Schwartz’ reaction to losing the Gubernatorial Primary in Pennsylvania, and Jon Stewart’s attack on Philadelphia. He talks to Dr. Ben Carson about his new book, One Nation.
Governor Tom Corbett announced that he is giving up his fight to restore the state’s “Defense of Marriage” law.
Chris Stigall criticized the ruling of Federal District Court Judge John E. Jones that struck down Pennsylvania’s gay marriage ban
Pennsylvania is now the 19th state to legalize same sex marriage.
The gay marriage fight in Pennsylvania has moved to a federal courtroom in Philadelphia, where a U.S. judge is being asked to recognize a couple’s same-sex marriage from Massachusetts.
A GOP-orchestrated committee hearing on the possible impeachment of state attorney general Kathleen Kane proceeded despite a walkout by Democratic members and staffers.