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Three states, Maryland, Maine, and Washington, asked voters to decide on allowing same-sex couples the right to marry, and voters are saying said “yes.”
In addition to the presidential race, there is one Senate race, one state supreme court justice race, seven House races, and four marriage ballots that are of extra special concern for LGBT people.
Bill and Melinda Gates donate $500,000 to support the fight for marriage equality in the state of Washington. If voters say “yes” same-sex marriage will be the law.
Barack Obama told Washington Governor Christine Gregoire in February how proud he was of her signing marriage equality into law and “we will ensure equality.”
Contrary to plan, Catholic Churches in the state of Washington will not be allowed to collect funds to help overturn that state’s impending same-sex marriage law.
Today, Washington United for Marriage is sponsoring a money bomb to raise funds to combat the deep pockets of groups like NOM and Preserve Marriage Washington.
The Vatican has tapped Archbishop J. Peter Sartain to keep America’s nuns in line and to defeat same-sex marriage, despite the fact that America’s Catholics disagree.
Seattle’s Catholic Archdiocese is deploying parishioners and using Church resources to collect signatures to put Washington’s gay marriage law on November’s ballot.
HIDE/SEEK: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture will open to the public Saturday at the Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) where it can be viewed from March 17 through June 10, 2012.
Maryland Democratic Governor Martin O’Malley at 5:35 PM today signed his same-sex civil marriage equality bill into law, amid hundreds of supporters. (Video)
A gay marriage bill will be introduced in the state of Rhode Island Thursday, the final day bills may be introduced.
Rick Santorum had what most likely was the worst day ever in Tacoma, Washington yesterday.
At 12:08 PM Pacific time, Democratic Governor Christine Gregoire signed the same-sex marriage equality bill into law.
Two Maryland House committees heard 10 hours of debate on gay marriage bills – one that would allow civil marriage equality, one that would constitutionally ban it.
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