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LGBT orgs weigh in on the news the Supreme Court has agreed to hear two iconic same-sex marriage cases, California’s Prop 8 law and the DOMA case of Edie Windsor.
More than two dozen LGBT organizations have just issued the following joint statement on this morning’s shooting at the headquarters of the Family Research Council.
“Mitt Gets Worse” is a super PAC partnership between two progressive icons “that aims to educate voters about Mitt Romney’s extreme anti-LGBT agenda.”
LGBT advocacy organizations have joined forces to unite against a flawed research paper that has been roundly criticized in both liberal and conservative circles.
The Family Research Council is targeting Target for their support of gay marriage, claiming the retail giant is working to put adoption agencies out of business.
Prop 8 will not be re-heard by the the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals again, “en banc.” So what does this mean, and what’s next? Take a look.
Tony Perkins has accepted an invitation to dinner in the home of a married same-sex couple and their family.
Tony Perkins admitted he’s never been to the home of a same-sex couple, so the head of the Family Equality Council invited Perkins and his family to their home for dinner.
Just moments ago, the Maryland Senate passed Governor O’Malley’s same-sex marriage bill. Here are some responses and reactions to the historic news.
Upon today’s news that the Ninth Circuit has reaffirmed California’s Prop 8 unconstitutional, a flurry of responses from LGBT rights groups have come. Here’s a sampling.
President Obama, Defense Secretary Panetta, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Mullen have certified “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) can now be repealed.
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