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The Arizona court applied Monday's Supreme Court decision — but still ruled in favor of Phoenix's anti-discrimination ordinance.
“Even in an administration that has already made its hostility [clear], I find this nothing short of shocking.”
A majority of baby boomers and African-Americans, who had expressed strong opposition in recent years, now favor marriage equality.
If Taiwan legalizes same-sex marriage, it would become Asia's first country to do so.
Critics say the law isn't just discriminatory, but hurts kids in need of a home.
Their love for each other is a beautiful act of resistance.