Bradacs v. Haley
Bradacs v. Haley is a federal court challenge filed August 28, 2013, in U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina, Southern Division, challenging the state statute and constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. The plaintiffs are two women – a state Highway Patrol officer and a disabled veteran of the U.S. Air Force – who were married in the District of Columbia in April 2012 and who are raising three children.
Friday, October 24, 2014CHARLESTON, S.C. -- A same-sex couple married in Washington, D.C., and seeking to have South Carolina recognize the union is suing the wrong people in the wrong court, state Attorney General Alan Wilson argued in federal…
Friday, November 15, 2013COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Attorneys for Gov. Nikki Haley and Attorney General Alan Wilson said in court papers filed this week that the state of South Carolina doesn't have to recognize gay marriages performed legally in other…
Monday, September 2, 2013COLUMBIA, S.C. -- A legally married gay couple living in South Carolina is suing to have the state's ban on gay marriage overturned.
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