Same-Sex Marriage Around the U.S.

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  • Virginia
  • Oklahoma
  • Colorado
  • West Virginia
  • Kansas
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • Idaho
  • Nevada
  • Same-Sex Marriage, Wisconsin
  • Utah
  • Oregon
  • Arkansas
  • New Mexico
  • Illinois
  • Wyoming
  • Hawaii
  • New Jersey
  • Minnesota
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  • Maine, same-sex marriage
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  • Washington, same-sex marriage
  • New York, same-sex marrige
  • Iowa, same-sex marriage
  • Connecticut, same-sex marriage
  • Washington, D.C., same-sex marriage
  • New Hampshire
  • Vermont, same-sex marriage
  • Massachusetts, same-sex marriage

An Evolving Issue

On Oct. 6, 2014, the Supreme Court justices refused to rule on same-sex marriage cases, essentially legalizing the unions in 11 states, including politically red regions. Experts say this landmark decision might soon make same-sex marriage legal in 30 states. Keep reading for a look at how the marriage equality movement has evolved in recent years.  Britt Middleton, Patrice Peck and Dominique Zonyéé

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