By David Klepper, Associated Press | May 8
Rhode Island has become the nation's 10th state to allow gay and lesbian couples to wed, after a 16-year effort to extend marriage rights in this heavily Roman Catholic state.
By GLAD | May 2
GLAD Celebrates End of '6 x 12' Campaign for Marriage throughout New England
By Joseph Lazzerini, LGBT Rights Activist and Bay Windows Contributor | May 2
Today was a historic day in Rhode Island for gay and lesbian couples who have been fighting for the freedom to marry for nearly two decades.
By David Klepper, Associated Press | May 2
Phone banks, an army of volunteers and alliances with organized labor, business leaders and religious clergy propelled gay marriage to victory in Rhode Island this week, a savvy and coordinated strategy that relied on growing public support and old-fashioned bare-knuckle politics.
By Associated Press | May 2
As Bay Windows went to press, only a few legislative steps remained before Rhode Island becomes the nation's 10th state to allow gay and lesbian couples to marry.
By Sue O'Connell | Apr 24
Marriages could begin August 1
By GLAD | Apr 23
Ocean State poised to become 10th marriage equality state, final New England state
By David Klepper, Associated Press | Mar 13
Maria Valente and Andrea Bond were married in Massachusetts four years ago by a justice of the peace. The East Providence women insist they're just like any other couple raising three children. But a few years ago, when Bond had surgery in Rhode Island, they found out not everyone agrees.
By By David Klepper, Associated Press | Feb 27
The debate over gay marriage in Rhode Island is moving from the Statehouse to the boardroom as supporters argue the state is at an economic disadvantage with its five New England neighbors, which already allow same-sex nuptials.
By | Feb 20
Launches new seasons of memories