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Utah Marriage Equality Plaintiffs Ask U.S. Supreme Court to Review Case

Utah Marriage Equality Plaintiffs Ask U.S. Supreme Court to Review Case

The plaintiff couples argue that state laws banning marriage equality violate the U.S. Constitution’s guarantees of equal protection and due process.

Poll: Republicans Happier to Support Gay Candidates Than to Have Gay Children

Republicans would be much happier to support a gay candidate than they would be to learn their own child was gay, according to a new poll.

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TLC’s Anti-Gay Michelle Duggar Records Robocall in Arkansas

TLC’s Michelle Duggar has never been quiet about her views on the LGBT community. She recently recorded a robocall again transgender rights.

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Corruption Charges Follow Rick Perry for Attempting to Force Out Lesbian District Attorney

While no one is disputing Rick Perry’s ability to veto the money, many filed an ethics complaint because he threatened to use the veto as a threat.

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Same-Sex Marriage in Virginia Stayed, SCOTUS Rules

The U.S. Supreme Court granted a stay of the Fourth Circuit’s ruling which held that Virginia’s denial of marriage to same-sex couples is unconstitutional.

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Marriage Equality Could Give Florida $182 Million Boost

The report also predicts that up to 2,626 jobs would be created in the Sunshine State due to increased spending for same-sex couples’ weddings.

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American Military Partner Association Sues for VA Same-Sex Spousal Benefits

Lambda Legal: The denial of benefits to same-sex spouses of veterans living in states refusing to recognize their marriages is in violation of Windsor.

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Arizona Urged to Recognize Marriage of Gay Couple Battling Serious Illness

A gay couple from Green Valley have been together 45 years and were married last month after George was diagnosed with Stage IV pancreatic cancer.

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Supreme Court Asked to Reject Motion to Delay Virginia Marriages

The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to deny a motion seeking to stay the recent Fourth Circuit ruling striking down Virginia’s marriage ban.

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Victory Congressional Fellow Becomes Sole Transgender Staffer in U.S. House

The appointment for the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus makes Panico the only openly transgender person working in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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