Sunday, November 6, 2022
In November of 2012, voters in Maine, Maryland and the District of Columbia passed referenda enabling same sex couples to legally marry in those states. In Minnesota, voters rejected a constitutional amendment barring same sex marriage. Those ballot measures in those four states marked the first time that same sex marriage was approved by popular vote rather than legislative action or court rulings. It was a sign of a turn in voter sentiment on this issue.
- Freedom to Marry: Celebrate Victory video - On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the freedom to marry nationwide. This video sheds light on the incredible story of the movement that historic win possible.