On Monday Wichita County was ready to start issuing same-sex marriage licenses, but as of Monday evening no couples had yet to go in and get one.
Texas lawmaker David Simpson is calling for a special session to address marriage licensing in the state.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton released a written opinion Sunday in response to the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage licensing.
Today, Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick makes the following statement regarding the United States Supreme Court ruling on same sex marriage.
Governor Greg Abbott today released the following statement regarding the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling:
A Texas Senate committee on Tuesday approved a measure that would forbid state or local governments from using public money to issue same-sex marriage licenses.
Outside, in the court of public opinion, demonstrators hope the justices are listening.
The Texas Supreme Court on Thursday blocked gay couples from obtaining marriage licenses after two women made history by participating in the state's first same-sex marriage in Austin.
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to definitively answer whether the Constitution allows states to ban same-sex marriage, plunging the court directly into one of the nation's biggest legal and cultural issues.
The first full week of 2015 is a big one for laws on the books in the Lone Star State.
Attorney General Eric Holder announces the Justice Department will extend benefits to same-sex couples.
The federal government will recognize marriages performed in Utah after a judge struck down the state’s same-sex marriage ban.