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Our own Derek Penton-Robicheaux, plaintiff in a marriage equality lawsuit in Louisiana, reflects on the court decision in neighboring Arkansas, as he awaits oral arguments in his own case next month.
After a long and stale month in the case, I am happy bring the good news of progress!
It seems that the fires of Equality are spreading, and like the new SHERMAN of the south, they are burning away the bigoted traditions of old.
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a plaintiff in a marriage equality lawsuit? Derek Penton takes you inside his legal battle with the state of Louisiana.
Derek Penton, the plaintiff in a lawsuit to require Louisiana to recognize his marriage, sings the praises of the lawyer representing him and his partner.
Derek Penton is back to give us a life-or-death reason he is suing the state of Louisiana to recognize his marriage – health insurance benefits.
Derek Penton joins our family of contributors today. Derek will give us an insider’s view on his lawsuit asking Louisiana to recognize his marriage. Today, meet the Blanchards, the couple who have joined his lawsuit.
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