MARRIAGE EQUALITY USA IN THE NEWS
This page includes a selection from this year's media coverage of Marriage Equality USA, articles written by MEUSA leaders, and MEUSA leaders in the news.
FLOOD OF GAY MARRIAGE CASES RELEASING STREAM OF FEDERAL RULINGS - NPR Interview Featuring MEUSA's Ned Flaherty, 15 February 2014
Ned Flaherty, who tracks every lawsuit in the country for Marriage Equality USA, says there's less coordination than meets the eye, and that the legal momentum for same-sex marriage is taking on a life of its own. "Every day, when a new suit is announced somewhere, it's news to everybody," Flaherty says.
Flaherty says the news will keep coming, as seven more federal rulings are due in the coming months.
OUTTAKE VOICES™: Brian Silva Marriage Equality USA Update - Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson, Host of OUTTAKE VOICES™, Interviews Brian Silva, 13 January 2014
Charlotte Robinson talks with Brian Silva, Executive Director of Marriage Equality USA (MEUSA) which is the nation’s oldest & largest grassroots organization working towards full civil marriage equality at the state & federal levels.
SF MARKS 10 YEARS SINCE WINTER OF LOVE LAUNCHED PUSH FOR SAME-SEX MARRIAGE RIGHTS - San Francisco Examiner Featuring John Lewis & Stuart Gaffney, 12 February 2014
Remembering the 2004 Winter of Love: “We realized at that moment that this is the first time in our lives that our government is actually treating us as equal human beings,” said Lewis, 55. “I didn’t know how powerful an experience that would be.”
49% of Americans Have Partial or Full Gay Marriage Rights - The David Pakman TV-radio Show, featuring info provided by MEUSA’s Ned Flaherty, 7 January 2014.
ELECTION 2012 OUTLOOK - 16-minute audio interview with Huffington Post’s Charlotte Robinson and MEUSA Projects Manager Ned Flaherty, 16 February 2012
"This is an important piece of information that I think the public should have." "I would urge people to take a look, when they have 60 seconds or 30 seconds, at the MEUSA website where we have the table of candidates. It's all factual. It's not a table of what I think about the candidates, it's a table of what each of them has said on each issue."