Marriage equality in the United States has made much progress in 2014. Many eloquent supreme and federal court decisions have articulated that there is no logical reason to treat gay and lesbian couples differently.
Currently, gay couples can legally wed in 35 states and the District of Columbia. Florida is likely to become the 36th state to join this group early in 2015. 2015 promises to be a big year as well, with states like Michigan, Ohio, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Kentucky working of marriage cases.
Janson Wu talks about the equality wins of 2014 and speaks to the future trajectory of gay marriage in the United States.
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