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North Dakota currently does not allow or recognize marriages between gay and lesbian couples, and has both a legal and constitutional ban on gay marriage. A lawsuit is working its way through the courts. The state does allow adoption by gay and lesbian couples.
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Relationship Recognition: Constitutional Ban
Out of State Recognition: No
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North Dakota Marriage Equality Fight Gets Second Lawsuit
Jun 12th, 2014
Another lawsuit has been filed for North Dakota marriage equality.
LGBTQ Nation reports:
A second lawsuit has been filed in federal court challenging North Dakota's ban on same-sex marriage. The 33-page complaint filed by Jan Jorgensen and Cindy Phillips, who live in Fargo and were legally married in Minnesota, says the couple is treated as "legal strangers" in their home... read_more
North Dakota Marriage Equality Lawsuit Filed
Jun 7th, 2014
The last domino has fallen. There's now officially a North Dakota marriage equality lawsuit, the last state in the nation to get one.
Edge Boston reports:
Seven couples filed a federal lawsuit Friday challenging the constitutional ban on same-sex marriage in North Dakota, making it the last state in the country to be sued by couples seeking the right... read_more
North Dakota Marriage Equality Ban Challenged
May 28th, 2014
It's official - an attorney has announced that he will bring a lawsuit against the North Dakota marriage equality ban - the last state in the union that doesn't face such a lawsuit.
The Advocate reports:
Minneapolis-based attorney Joshua Newville confirmed to the Post that he and other attorneys are preparing to file a lawsuit challenging North Dakota's constitutional amendment... read_more