Schulman v. Reilly
GLAD filed this lawsuit to challenge the Attorney General’s decision that a proposed ballot question that would once again exclude same-sex couples from marriage satisfies the Massachusetts constitution. The suit was filed on January 3, 2006 and oral arguments took place in Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on May 4, 2006. The SJC ruled on July 10, 2006 that the citizen-initiated ballot question challenging marriage equality for same-sex couples could go forward.
We can do the impossible. We already have.Read More
20 years ago, marriage equality seemed impossible. But we did it. And together, we will do the impossible again.
Celebrating Two Decades of Marriage Equality on the Anniversary of the Landmark Goodridge v. Department of Public Health RulingRead More
For the 20th anniversary of the groundbreaking Massachusetts Supreme Court ruling, GLAD presents the 2023 Spirit of Justice Award to the Goodridge plaintiffs.
Fight for a World Where All People and Families Are Respected and ProtectedRead More
Marriage equality is so important, but it is not and has never been the end. We need our state family laws to protect all children, regardless of the circumstances of their birth or the marital status, gender, or sexual orientation of their parents