Nebraska: Lesbian Couple Asks for Divorce

Written by scott on March 28th, 2014

NebraskaA lesbian couple has asked for a divorce in a case that could challenge the state’s marriage equality ban.

The Journal Star reports:

A Raymond woman who married her longtime, same-sex partner in Iowa in 2009 is now petitioning the Nebraska Supreme Court to be allowed to divorce.

How many states are left that don’t either have full marriage equality or have a lawsuit pending?

Find more articles and gay wedding resources in Nebraska.


1 Comments so far ↓

  1. Ned Flaherty says:

    Of the 56 American states, only 8 don’t have marriage equality AND also don’t have any same-gender-marriage-related lawsuits:

    AS – American Samoa
    GA – Georgia
    GU – Guam
    KS – Kansas
    MP – Northern Mariana Islands
    ND – North Dakota
    SD – South Dakota
    VI – U.S. Virgin Islands

Leave a Comment