Johannes Wallmann’s latest album, Love Wins, draws on a couple of pivotal moments in the jazz pianist’s personal, political, and creative life. Wallmann and his husband Keith Borden were among the people who sued the state of Wisconsin to overturn the state’s ban on same-sex marriage. That lawsuit of course succeeded, with a federal court ruling […]
Gay marriage is legal nationwide, now what? The fate of Obergefell v. Hodges may have been decided last Friday, but the struggle for the LGBTQ community is far from over.
Do you know what Friday’s Marriage Equality decision says? Will some states try to override this ruling? What does this mean moving forward? Today host Carousel Bayrd discussed the SCOTUS case with ACLU Legal Director Larry Dupuis and UW Law School Professor Gwendolyn Leachman. Check out today’s edition of A Public Affair to hear more.
MADISON (WORT) — Marriage equality is now the law of the land across the country, but Wisconsin’s 2006 prohibition on same-sex marriage is still enshrined in the state constitution. Adrienne Kramer reports.
This Week Mel and Floyd encourage you to go out and get Gay Married!
Are you caught up on the recent Wisconsin federal ruling declaring the 2006 Ban on Gay Marriage unconstitutional? Did you know that Dane County since issued 215 gay marriage licenses? What do you think about the following hold that federal judge placed on gay marriage after its ban was deemed unconstitutional? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!