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Extending Marriage to Same-Sex Couples in Missouri Could Generate $36 Million

Extending Marriage to Same-Sex Couples in Missouri Could Generate $36 Million

Extending marriage to same-sex couples in Missouri would generate an estimated $36.3 million in spending to the state economy, according to a new study.

Death Certificate Correction Ordered to Recognize Surviving Spouse

An accurate death certificate is necessary for a surviving spouse to settle affairs, as well as to collect veterans, social security and other benefits.

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Kate Kendell Among Stonewall Award Honorees in Houston

Rep. Brian K. Sims, Lise M. Iwon and Kate Kendall will be honored by the American Bar Association Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.

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Murray Highlights Support for Not My Boss’s Business Act

Patty Murray delivered remarks on the Senate floor highlighting the growing support for her bill with Mark Udall to reverse the Hobby Lobby decision.

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Indiana Attorney General Seeks SCOTUS Review of Marriage Case

Attorney General Zoeller asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review Baskin v. Bogan, the lawsuit seeking marriage equality for same-sex couples in Indiana.

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Ninth Circuit Hears Nevada, Idaho, Hawaii Marriage Cases

Monday in San Francisco the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in marriage cases out of Nevada, Idaho and Hawaii

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States, Businesses, Families Urge Supreme Court to Affirm Marriage Equality

Over the past 14 months there have been 22 federal court decisions across 16 states that have held unconstitutional the denial of the freedom to marry.

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Indiana and Wisconsin Marriage Bans Struck Down

In a unanimous 3-0 decision, the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals struck down marriage bans for same-sex couples in Indiana and Wisconsin.

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Infographic: Impact of Marriage Equality Legalization

Using data from the Williams Institute, NerdWallet analyzed the economic and human impact of legalizing same-sex marriage in some of the key states.

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White House Names Megan Smith U.S. Chief Technology Officer

Megan Smith will serve as the next U.S. CTO and Assistant to the President, succeeding Todd Park, and Alexander Macgillivray will serve as Deputy U.S. CTO.

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