Franklin County Commissioner John O’Grady says his invitation to deliver the commencement address at a Columbus Catholic high school was canceled only a few days before the event. O’Grady says the cancellation was made because he supports same-sex marriage.
The eyes of supporters and opponents of gay marriage were on the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday. That’s because the justices are considering a legal challenge to California’s ban on same-sex marriage. No matter how the justices rule, it’s not likely to have a quick legal direct impact on whether Ohio allows same-sex marriage.
An eastern Ohio woman ousted as a Cub Scout den leader because she is a lesbian has joined the effort to overturn the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.
The U.S. Senator says his evolution on the subject of gay marriage began in 2011 when his son told his parents he was gay.
The wide-reaching poll also surveyed Ohioans on marijuana, same-sex marriage, and the practice of electing state Supreme Court justices.
Supporters of a proposed constitutional amendment to legalize gay marriage in Ohio have always contended the effort is about human rights and equality. Now they’re touting a new study that says same-sex marriage would help the state’s economy.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a lawsuit against a proposed constitutional amendment that looks to legalize gay marriage in Ohio.
African American pastors, activists, and academics continue to wrestle with the complicated subject of gay marriage and the President’s newly-announced stance.
Ohio Sen. Rob Portman says the economy is the overriding issue for this year’s elections, and that Republicans should stay focused on that, not gay marriage.
Ohio State University political scientist Nathaniel Swigger says gay marriage could possibly determine Ohio’s presidential balloting.