May 21, 2014Just moments ago, Governor Corbett announced that he will not be appealing yesterday’s landmark ruling striking down Pennsylvania’s marriage ban!
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May 20, 2014A judge has ruled that Pennsylvania's marriage ban for same-sex couples is unconstitutional! Join us today at a decision day rally near you to celebrate.
May 20, 2014Tonight, a judge is expected to rule on Whitewood v. Wolf, the litigation challenging Pennsylvania's ban on same-sex marriage. Join us at an event near you tonight to honor this occasion.
May 7, 2014Why Marriage Matters PA has an immediate opening for a full-time Marriage Campaign Position is for duration of 2014 with possibility of extension. We are looking for an experienced community organizer to conduct public education efforts to increase support for marriage for same-sex couples in Pennsylvania.
April 28, 2014A federal judge could rule on Pennsylvania’s marriage ban any time after May 12th. When a ruling comes, join us on the day of at one of five Decision Day Rallies across the state.
April 21, 2014Today, lawyers representing the plaintiffs challenging Pennsylvania’s marriage ban in Whitewood v. Wolf filed a motion asking a federal judge to decide the case on the briefs alone, rather than waiting for a trial in June.
April 15, 2014Tax Day is today - and as many families are filling out a dizzying array of tax forms before the deadline hits, married same-sex couples across Pennsylvania face additional hurdles because the state of Pennsylvania does not respect their marriage.
April 11, 2014Let’s face it—no one looks forward to Tax Day. Filing your taxes can be stressful and confusing, but for my wife Marla and I, it’s more than that.
April 9, 2014Tomorrow in Allentown, Why Marriage Matters Pennsylvania is hosting an exciting group of speakers for an important panel on what’s next for the freedom to marry in Pennsylvania. Can you make it?
April 8, 2014Tax day is just around the corner. But while the federal government recognizes all legally married same-sex couples—Pennsylvania’s gay and lesbian who wed out of state are still prohibited from filing jointly on their state tax return.