Patricia Ewert, left, and Vernita Gray, right, stand before Cook County Judge Patricia Logue, center, as she presides over their wedding ceremony, the first same-sex marriage in Illinois, at the couple's home Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013, in Chicago
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December 16, 2013

Judge OKs Illinois Marriages For Sick Gay Couples

A federal court is ordering an Illinois county clerk's office to issue a marriage license to any same-sex couple who wants to wed immediately because one of them has a life-threatening illness.


December 12, 2013

Same-Sex Couples Research Marriage Law In Champaign

The passing of Illinois’ same-sex marriage law meant a number of celebrations among couples awaiting the day, but a lot of questions persist. One advocacy group is holding a series of forums, including one in Champaign Wednesday, to help explain the law. 


This image, provided by the Obama For America campaign, shows a still frame made from a video ad entitled "Only Choice."
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December 02, 2013

Court Upholds Public Broadcasting Political Ad Ban

While lawyers dismantle many restrictions on political money, the rules affecting Morning Edition and Downton Abbey still stand tall. A federal court in San Francisco says public radio and TV stations cannot carry paid political ads.


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