A gay couple has sued the Roman Catholic Diocese of Worcester for allegedly refusing to sell them a Northbridge mansion because church officials were concerned they would host gay weddings at the site.
Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown says he disagrees with the CEO of fast food chain Chick-fil-A, whose opposition to gay marriage has touched off a national furor.
Brown said he was glad company president Dan Cathy later clarified that his company doesn’t discriminate.
It appears Mayor Tom Menino has really started something.
The 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston said the Defense of Marriage Act discriminates against married same-sex couples by denying them federal benefits.
As hundreds of people gathered inside an Acushnet church for Mass on Sunday, a dozen people stood outside quietly protesting a sign they called hateful.
BOSTON (CBS) – In this Weekend Commentary, Dan Rea looks at the history of President Obama’s historic stand on gay marriage. Be sure to catch NightSide every weekday from 8 pm until midnight on WBZ […]
A church in Acushnet is getting threats after posting a sign about gay marriage.
On Face The Nation Sunday morning, Gov. Deval Patrick said President Obama’s move to support same-sex marriage is about moral convictions and not politics.
Gov. Deval Patrick said Thursday he’s proud of President Barack Obama’s leadership on the same-sex marriage issue, but he does not agree with everything the president said Wednesday.
The bottom line is, there never was a really good argument against gay marriage. The president has come in from the cold on this one.