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Statement from Oregon United for Marriage on NOM’s Motion for a Stay

Today, the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) filed a motion for a stay in the Supreme Court—following last week's 9th Circuit Court of Appeals denial of their attempt to block marriage equality from becoming the law in Oregon.

Federal judge strikes down Oregon ban on marriage for same-sex couples

Today, U.S. District Court Judge Michael McShane ruled that Oregon’s exclusion of same-sex couples from marriage is unconstitutional—paving the way for couples to begin marrying immediately.

Marriage Equality Decision Day

Federal Judge Michael McShane of Eugene plans to release an opinion about marriage equality today around noon, potentially granting gay and lesbian couples the freedom to marry in Oregon.

Marriage equality: Judge denies NOM’s motion to intervene

COURT HEARING: Lawyers argue that anti-gay group from Washington DC was too late to intervene in case.

Oregon’s marriage equality lawsuit: Attorneys argue that marriage ban is unconstitutional

Excluding loving, committed same-sex couples from marriage in Oregon is unconstitutional, attorneys said during oral arguments today in Oregon’s marriage equality lawsuit, the Rummell v. Kitzhaber and Geiger v. Kitzhaber consolidated case.

Oregon’s marriage equality lawsuit: Attorneys argue marriage ban is unconstitutional

Excluding loving, committed same-sex couples from marriage inOregon is unconstitutional, attorneys said during oral arguments today inOregon’s marriage equality lawsuit, the Rummell v. Kitzhaber andGeiger v. Kitzhaber consolidated case.

Vigils for marriage equality planned across Oregon

Marriage equality case: Federal judge denies opposition group's motion to postpone arguments

Faith Leaders: Oregon is Ready for Marriage

Prayer breakfast planned for morning before oral arguments in equality court case
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MEDIA RELEASE: UCLA research study: Marriage equality would boost Oregon economy $47.3 million

Allowing same-sex couples to marry would boost Oregon’s economy by $47.3 million over the first three years and generate 468 new jobs in the state, according to an independent research report conducted by UCLA’s Williams Institute.

UCLA research study: Marriage equality would boost Oregon economy $47.3 million

Wedding Professionals United for Marriage reception: Caterers, photographers, planners and others plan to show off products and services for marriages of same-sex couples.