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Anti-Marriage Amendment Introduced in Iowa House

Anti-Marriage Amendment Introduced in Iowa House

House Joint Resolution 4 would seek to amend Iowa’s Constitution so that “marriage between one man and one woman.”

Court Urged to Reverse Ruling Dismissing Puerto Rico Marriage Case

The brief argues that marriage bans like Puerto Rico’s violate both the equal protection and due process guarantees of the United States Constitution.

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Saks Withdraws Claim That Transgender People Are Not Protected by Title VII

Saks Fifth Avenue withdrew a motion to dismiss a lawsuit in which Saks argued Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 doesn’t protect transgender workers.

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Gov. Jindal: I’d Support Ted Cruz in Federal Constitutional Amendment to Ban Same-Sex Marriage

Potential 2016 presidential candidate Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) said he would endorse a federal constitutional amendment to redefine marriage as a right for opposite-sex partners only.

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Obama: ‘I’m Hopeful the Supreme Court Comes to the Right Decision’ on Marriage Equality

The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to take on the issue of marriage equality nationwide in a consolidated case this April.

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One Million Kids for Equality Launches Before SCOTUS Ruling

One Million Kids For Equality has launched a very ambitious campaign to engage One Million Kids ahead of this summer’s ruling on marriage equality.

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Exclusive: Rod Hearne Discusses Sawant, Marriage, Race, Class

Rod Hearne is easygoing and open, avoiding the tone of lecture even as he talks politics with the confidence of someone who has been deep in the game.

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Obama’s Historical State of the Union Address: ‘I Still Believe That We Are One People’

Notably the most inclusive State of the Union address in history, President Barack Obama hit the high notes in Washington, D.C. Tuesday evening.

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Anne Levinson on Appointment to Public Disclosure Commission

Anne Levinson, a former municipal court judge and deputy mayor of Seattle, identifies as lesbian and was one of Washington’s first out public officials.

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U.S. Supreme Court to Decide Marriage Nationwide

Briefing in the marriage equality cases will take place over the next few months, with a hearing likely in April and a decision by the end of June 2015.

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