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As a gay couple together since 1992, we believe that marriage and all the responsibilities and benefits that come with it should be available to committed gay and lesbian couples everywhere. So we created Purple Unions, a place where gay and lesbian couples can find gay friendly wedding vendors to help them plan their perfect wedding day.
Marriage equality arrived in Oklahoma on October 6th, 2014, when the US Supreme Court refused tohear the state's marriage equality case.
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Marriage Equality Updates: Oklahoma
Oct 6th, 2014
We're running down some of the updates in the aftermath of the shocking Supreme Court decision to turn down all the pending marriage equality cases.
Oklahoma as also one of the states with a case before the Supreme Court. But Governor Mary Fallin is not going down easily.
The sudden and unexpected high-court decision sent Oklahoma Gov. Mary... read_more
Which Marriage Equality Case Will the Supreme Court Take (If Any)?
Aug 23rd, 2014
This past month, lawyers from Utah, Oklahoma, and Virginia petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to consider reviewing three federal appellate court decisions that struck down the states' respective bans on same-sex marriage. If the Supreme Court chooses not to hear the cases, then the appellate courts' decisions will stand, effectively legalizing same-sex marriage in the states that fall within the... read_more
Oklahoma Gay Couple Runs Out of Time to Marry
Aug 11th, 2014
This is a heartbreaking story about a gay couple who were unable to marry before it was too late.
Tulsa World reports:
They'd been a couple almost 20 years when last October Kim Woodard turned to Jerry Custer and said: "Let's get married!" The west Tulsa couple researched hotels online, found a florist, bought rings and new clothes. They booked... read_more
Oklahoma Marriage Equality Case Officially Appealed to Supreme Court
Aug 7th, 2014
The Oklahoma marriage equality case becomes the second case officially appealed to the Supreme Court. Virginia should follow soon.
LGBTQ Nation reports:
Voters should decide how to define marriage, not federal judges, said attorneys who filed an appeal Wednesday asking the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether Oklahoma's ban on gay marriage is constitutional. The 47-page appeal was filed by... read_more
Oklahoma Marriage Equality Decision to Be Appealed Directly to Supreme Court
Aug 3rd, 2014
A third appeals court decision - the Oklahoma marriage equality ruling - is now being appealed directly to the US Supreme Court.
Equality on Trial reports:
Bishop v. Smith, the challenge to Oklahoma's same-sex marriage ban, is headed to the Supreme Court. The announcement came late Friday night in a statement to The Oklahoman: Kerri Kupec, spokeswoman for the Alliance... read_more
Tenth Circuit Rules Oklahoma Marriage Equality Ban Unconstitutional
Jul 18th, 2014
The same panel that found Utah's ban on same sex marriage unconstitutional just struck down the Oklahoma marriage equality ban.
The Advocate reports:
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit ruled Friday that Oklahoma's ban on marriage equality is unconstitutional, and that couples should be able to wed. This is the second time a three-judge panel from the... read_more
Oklahoma Marriage Equality Still Faces Strong Opposition, Poll Says
Jun 30th, 2014
A new poll shows widespread opposition to marriage equality in Oklahoma.
Tulsa World reports:
Two in three Oklahomans oppose gay marriage with areas of greater support for the issue found among Democrats, younger voters and urban area dwellers, according to an Oklahoma Poll. The poll, among 393 likely voters statewide, found that 66 percent answered that they either strongly oppose... read_more
Oklahoma Marriage Equality Gets Support From Attorneys
Jun 23rd, 2014
The Oklahoma marriage equality movement got a shot in the arm when a group of attorneys announced their support.
The Republic reports:
A group of about 85 attorneys from across Oklahoma are joining a coalition in support of gay marriage in the state and the country. The group Oklahoma Lawyers for Marriage is launching its website on Monday and supports the... read_more
USA, Oklahoma: Pro Marriage Equality Ads Hit the Air
May 5th, 2014
Freedom to marry is airing a marriage equality ad on Oklahoma TV sets.
Freedom to Marry, the national marriage legalization effort, is going up on the air starting Monday with a new television ad that will run for a week in the conservative state, as litigants wait for a ruling in a case in front of the 10th... read_more
USA, Oklahoma: Faith Leaders Support Marriage Equality
May 3rd, 2014
A new coalition of Oklahoma faith leaders is standing up to support marriage equality in the state.
News OK reports:
More than 50 Oklahoma faith leaders have formed a coalition in support of marriage rights for all couples, whether gay or straight. The Oklahoma Faith Leaders for Marriage group includes leaders of congregations of Mennonites, United Methodists, Unitarians, Episcopalians, United... read_more
USA, Oklahoma: Tenth Circuit Hears Marriage Equality Case
Apr 17th, 2014
The 10th Circuit heard its second marriage equality case this month, after hearing Utah's last week.
In the second gay-marriage case to hit the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver in the past week, the three-judge panel heard oral arguments in the federal case that challenges Oklahoma's ban on weddings for gay and lesbian couples. The Oklahoma... read_more
USA, Oklahoma: Tenth Circuit Hearing on State's Marriage Equality Ban
Apr 17th, 2014
Another state, another hearing today on a marriage equality ban.
Edge Boston reports:
Lawyers for a couple challenging Oklahoma's ban on gay marriage and the clerk who refused to grant them a license head to a federal appeals court Thursday with the rare opportunity to build on arguments the judges heard in a similar case just a week earlier... U.S.... read_more
USA, Oklahoma: Community Call After Thursday's Marriage Equality Hearing
Apr 14th, 2014
Please mark your calendar now to join Marriage Equality USA and partners for a national COMMUNITY CALL to be held on the evening of Thursday, April 17 to discuss the day's events surrounding the Oklahoma marriage equality case.
TIME OF CALL: 6pm PT /
7pm MT / 8pm CT / 9pm ET
Sign up now to receive... read_more
USA, Oklahoma/Utah: Arguments at the Tenth Circuit This Month
Apr 3rd, 2014
The Tenth Circuit is due to hear two of the more than 50 marriage equality lawsuits that have popped up around the country recently.
The Washington Blade reports:
The U.S. Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver is set to hear oral arguments on April 10 in Denver in the case of Kitchen v. Herbert, the lawsuit that brought marriage... read_more
USA, Oklahoma/Utah: Tenth Circuit Panel Announced for Marriage Equality Cases
Mar 31st, 2014
The judges who will hear the two marriage equality cases about to come before the tenth circuit were announced today.
Equality on Trial reports:
The Tenth Circuit has announced the three-judge panel that will hear oral arguments in Kitchen v. Herbert, the challenge to Utah's same-sex marriage ban. The three judges will be Judge Paul J. Kelly, Jr., an appointee... read_more
USA: Right to Discriminate Bills in Trouble in Georgia, Oklahoma, Indiana, Ohio; Missouri, Montana Introduce New Bills
Feb 25th, 2014
As the Right to Discriminate movement proliferates, more and more states are running into trouble trying to pass them.
The Georgia House was supposed to hear an Arizona-style hate bill today, but it was put off until tomorrow and now that's been canceled. The House version of the bill might be dead for the current legislative session. Critics... read_more
USA, Oklahoma: Marriage Equality Case Expedited At 10th Circuit
Jan 29th, 2014
It looks like the Oklahoma marriage equality case will be heard by the same panel of judges at the 10th Circuit as the Utah case, but not together.
Equality on Trial reports:
The court noted that Smith's appeal and the cross-appeal will be considered together and that "the [Oklahoma and Utah] appeals will brief separately and be set for oral... read_more