So many of you put your connections at risk, your positions on the line, your lives on the line, to battle for the law I'm going to sign. For myself and the whole country: thank you, thank you, much obliged.


U.S. President Joe Biden speaks prior to signing the “Respect for Marriage Act,” a landmark bill protecting same-sex marriage, during a ceremony on the South Lawn at the White House in Washington, U.S., December 13, 2022.


Congress is acting because an extreme Supreme Court has stripped away the right important to many Americans that has existed for half a century: the Dobbs decision. The court’s extreme conservative majority overturned Roe v. Wade and the right to choose


President Biden will sign the historic Respect for Marriage Act on Tuesday afternoon, providing major federal protections to same-sex marriages and interracial marriages.


Vermont lawmakers on hand as Biden signs bill protecting same-sex, interracial marriage.


This law and the love it defends strikes a blow against hate in all its forms,” Biden said, before signing the Respect for Marriage Act.


Today is a good day,” a jubilant Biden declared on the South Lawn of the White House, where thousands of lawmakers, gay rights activists and guests were gathered for the signing ceremony.


President Biden signed the Respect for Marriage Act into law during a White House ceremony today.


The measure, which would protect the rights of about a half million married couples, passed the Senate last week and heads to the House this week for near-certain approval.