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LGBT : Utah Lifts Ban on Same-Sex Marriage, Faces Significant Backlash

[caption id="attachment_19886" align="aligncenter" width="636"] (Scott Sommerdorf | The Salt Lake Tribune)[/caption] Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage was struck down on Friday by a federal judge who declared it unconstitutional.  Ruling in a lawsuit brought by three gay couples, U.S. District Judge Robert Shelby found the constitutional amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman a violation of the rights of gay couples. In the midst of the ruling,
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Duck Dynasty : Phil Robertson Learns That Freedom of Speech Doesn’t Mean Freedom From Consequences

[caption id="attachment_19781" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images North America)[/caption]   Please Note: The following views are my own and are in no way a representation of The Inscriber: Digital Magazine or any other of its employees. If you agree/disagree with the views that will be forthwith presented, please use the comment section below. Thank you. After being suspended from the wildly popular A&E cable show “Duck Dynasty” for making anti-gay and racist remarks in
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LGBT : Illinois Allows Early Marriage for Some Same Sex Couples

While Illinois’ same-sex marriage law will not take effect until June, couples who wish to wed immediately because at least one partner faces a life-threatening illness can now do so.  U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman issued a medical exception statewide Monday allowing couples to marry immediately, provided they can acquire a doctor’s note confirming one partner is terminally ill. The order follows on the heels of a November ruling