- Civil marriage equality in effect at the state level since 2014. (Same-sex couples may legally marry.)
- Purely FYI: 16 October 2014, Some chapels refusing to marry same-sex couples - KLAS TV Channel 8 News Now. Nevada folks, please keep us posted on this by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Nevada has provided domestic partnerships since October 2009, when the state legislature enacted legislation over Governor Jim Gibbons's veto. The state maintains a domestic partnership registry that provides same-sex couples with broad rights similar to those of married couples, while still relegating them to a second-class status. NV allows opposite-sex couples to establish domestic partnerships as well.
- Constitutional ban against marriage equality since 2002, per Nevada Question No. 2, was ruled unconstitutional by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on 7 October 2014.
- Prior too marriage, broad domestic partnerships were available to both same-sex and heterosexual couples.
- On 7 October 2014, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Nevada ban on marriage equality was unconstitutional.
- Nevada legalized marriage equality on 9 October 2014.