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Orlando Mayor Speaks of Marriage Equality in State of the City Address

Orlando Mayor Speaks of Marriage Equality in State of the City Address

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer embraced the subject of marriage equality and diversity Tuesday during a scheduled State of the City address.

Same-Sex Marriage Movement Comes to Georgia

Lambda Legal filed a federal lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia on behalf of a widow and three same-sex couples.

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Veterans Stand Up for Marriage Equality in Colorado

A coalition of state and national organizations, released a television spot featuring a group of local veterans standing up for their gay comrade in arms.

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Illinois House Rejects Gay Conversion Therapy Bill

The attempt by Rep. Kelly Cassidy to ban gay conversion therapy for teens 17 and under has been shot down. The Illinois House rejected the bill 44-51.

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Judge Mary Yu Poised to Become First Woman of Color, Member of LGBT Community Appointed to WA State Supreme Court

Judge Mary Yu is being considered to fill the Washington State Supreme Court vacancy left by Justice Jim Johnson, expected to retire April 30.

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Seattle Community Discusses Bullying on Campus

The legislation requires colleges and universities that receive federal funding to prohibit harassment and expands the definition to include cyber-bullying.

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Young Conservatives Launch $1 Million Effort to Reform 2016 GOP Platform on Marriage

“Reform the Platform,” reflects and builds on grassroots pro-freedom successes seen in states like Nevada, Indiana, California, Oregon, and New Mexico.

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Pakistani Youth Leaders Look to America for Separation of Church and State

The Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program invited nine youth visionaries from Pakistan to the U.S. from March 31 – April 18, 2014.

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Ohio Federal Court Finds Same-Sex Marriage Ban Unconstitutional

A federal court in Ohio ruled Monday that the state’s ban on recognizing out-of-state marriages of same-sex couples is unconstitutional in all respects.

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Daughters Believe LBJ May Have Supported Same-Sex Marriage

LBJ took over the presidency of John F. Kennedy when he was assassinated in 1963, and was responsible for signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law.

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