Attorney General’s Report on Same-Sex Marriage Calls Bans Hateful

State bans on same-sex marriage are founded on “hate, prejudice, ignorance, fear or moral disapproval,” according to a report released Thursday by Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh.

Catholic Church, Losing Young People, Looks to Stem the Tide

Young people are leaving the Catholic Church over personal and political reasons as Catholic leaders are looking for new ways to stop this trend.

Same-Sex Couples Can Prepare for Nuptials

Same-sex couples will soon be able to get Md. marriage licenses

Storify: Marylanders Vote on Same-Sex Marriage Question

Marylanders used social media on Tuesday to make a last minute push for or against Question 6. The ballot referendum would effectively legalize gay marriage in the state.

Motivated by Referendums, Maryland Voters Turn Out on Election Day

COLLEGE PARK – In a state sure to go to President Barack Obama, with very few competitive congressional races, voters streamed to the polls in Maryland on Tuesday motivated by three high profile referendums on gay marriage, gambling and immigration.…

Same-Sex Couples Travel to the District to Marry

For Maryland same-sex couples like Erin and Kat McGonigle, getting legally hitched required a short trip across the state line.

Same-Sex Couple on Quest to Marry in Every State

A Baltimore city same-sex couple hopes to soon marry legally in their home state of Maryland.

In Same-Sex Marriage Testimony, O’Malley Balances Religious Freedom, Civil Rights

In testimony before a Senate committee Tuesday, Gov. Martin O’Malley stressed the importance of balancing the freedom of Maryland’s religious institutions to practice their faith with the civil rights of same-sex couples in the state.

Same-Sex Marriage Fight to Return to Maryland

The contentious legislative battle over same-sex marriage ended only a few months ago, but opponents and advocates have already started preparing to fight for their cause in the 2012 legislative session.