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Relationship Recognition: Constitutional Ban
Out of State Recognition: No
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USA, Nebraska: Lawmakers Hold Hearing on Marriage Equality
Nov 2nd, 2013
State Lawmakers convened a heating in Nebraska to discuss civil unions and marriage equality for same sex couples.
LGBTQ Nation reports:
Nebraska lawmakers are trying to resolve legal conflicts for same-sex couples who qualify for benefits at the federal level and in states that allow gay marriage or civil unions, but whose relationships aren't recognized here. Lawmakers convened a hearing... read_more
USA, Nebraska: Gubernatorial Candidate Supports Marriage Equality
Oct 31st, 2013
Nebraska State Senator and candidate for Governor Annette Duba just came out in support of marriage equality. In Nebraska. Let me repeat that. In Nebraska.
The Democratic hopeful from Fullerton, Nebraska shared that it was her brother's coming out 26 years ago that set her on the path towards embracing marriage equality: "I came to... read_more
USA, Nebraska: "Family" Group Goes After Trans Kids
Oct 8th, 2013
Several right-wing Christian groups in Nebraska have formed a new alliance. Their target - transgender kids.
Think Progress reports:
Two of Nebraskaís most prominent social conservative groups, Family First of Nebraska and the Nebraska Family Council, have combined to become the Nebraska Family Alliance. The new groupís first target is transgender students, encouraging supporters to contact the Nebraska School... read_more
Grand Island, Nebraska Votes Down Anti Discrimination Ordinance
Oct 10th, 2012
The Grand Island, Nebraska City Council last night rejected an ordinance that would have prohibited discrimination based on sexual orientation.
The Omaha World-Herald reports:
The council voted 8-2 against the proposal after rejecting separate amendments that would have postponed a decision for 30 days and placed the ordinance before voters.
The measure would have made it illegal to fail to hire or promote... read_more