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Obama Discusses Politics, Congress in Whirlwind Trip to Seattle

Obama Discusses Politics, Congress in Whirlwind Trip to Seattle

Obama arrived at the Blume mansion approximately 3:45 p.m. Hors d’ouevres were served to 250 people in attendance who each paid anywhere from $500-$20,000.

Maryland to Provide Nondiscriminatory Health Coverage to Transgender State Employees

Maryland has changed its employee health care policy to remove all language that denies coverage to transgender people for transition-related health care.

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Sens. Murray, Booker Introduce Legislation to Protect Women’s Access to Contraception

The new act ensures any woman with a valid prescription is not denied or intimidated when requesting birth control or emergency contraception at pharmacies.

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Obama Signs ENDA Workplace Protection Order

Presidential remarks from the White House East Room Monday morning kept the media on its feet concerning the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).

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Gallup: Clinton Is Best Known, Best Liked Potential 2016 Candidate

Hillary Clinton is currently the best known and best liked of 16 potential 2016 presidential candidates tested in a July 7-10 Gallup poll.

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Obama: Nearly 100 HIV/AIDS Researchers, Advocates Perished in Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17

President Barack Obama addressed media in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room Friday morning in response to Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.

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More than 5,000 Coloradans Deliver Petition to AG Suthers

A petition that was delivered Thursday to Colorado AG Suthers, urging him to stop wasting the state’s resources and allow couples the freedom to marry.

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Bipartisan International Human Rights Defense Act Introduced in the House

Congressman John F. Tierney, Congressman Chris Gibson and Congressman Richard Hanna, introduced the International Human Rights Defense Act.

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Bush-Appointed Judge Strikes Down Florida’s Marriage Ban

Thursday a Republican-appointed state judge struck down Florida’s ban on marriage for committed same-sex couples in what is now the 25th consecutive ruling.

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Holder: DOJ Will Support Marriage Equality in Future Supreme Court Cases

In an interview with ABC News’ Pierre Thomas, Holder said supporting same-sex marriage would be consistent with the administration’s action on DOMA.

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