Missouri Lawmaker Says He Won't Revive Religious Objections``It's an issue that's not likely to go away, but I don't think it's going to be a major focus of the session,'' Onder said.
Religious GOP Lawmaker Explains Why He Voted Against SJR39There are procedural moves that could revive the proposal.
Religious-Objections Supporters Rally in Missouri CapitolThose who oppose it say it's discrimination, and believe Missouri will face same economic consequences.
Missouri Panel to Hear Input on Religious-Objections MeasureThe hearing is the first since Senate Democrats staged a failed filibuster against the legislation for 37 hours.
5 Tips For Planning A Destination WeddingFive destination wedding planning tips from Sandy Malone, the star of TLC's Wedding Island.
Vandals Write 'Get Divorced' On Newlyweds' CarKristen Fletcher says the vehicle was vandalized at an Illinois Wal-Mart.
Marriage Proposal Highlights Blues Fan EventCouple gets engaged in front of Scottrade Center
Pope Francis Makes Marriage Annulments EasierThe proposed changes will supposedly made the process faster, easier and less costly.
Judge Jails Kentucky Clerk for Refusing Marriage LicensesA defiant county clerk was sent to jail for contempt Thursday after insisting that her ``conscience will not allow'' her to follow a federal judge's orders to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
Dent County Commission Votes to 'Mourn' Same-Sex MarriageA Missouri county commission has voted to lower the flags at the county courthouse and the judicial building to "mourn'' the legalization of same-sex marriage.
Nixon Directs Agencies to Implement Supreme Court’s Same-Sex Marriage RulingGov. Jay Nixon today signed an executive order directing all departments, agencies, boards and commissions in the executive branch to take all necessary measures to ensure compliance with the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision establishing a Constitutional right to same-sex marriage.
Missouri LGBT Equality Advocate: Gay Marriage Ruling 'An Incredible Win'St. Louis Catholic Archbishop Robert Carlson says the decision by the Supreme Court to effectively change the legal definition of marriage in the United States does not alter what he calls "the unassailable truth that marriage is."