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Jimmy Carter Defends Gay Rights and Religion in Michigan

Jimmy Carter Defends Gay Rights and Religion in Michigan

Jimmy Carter teaches Sunday School at Georgia’s Marantha Baptist Church and said he believes gay people should have the right to marriage.

More Than 20 Orgs Urge FCC to Stop Blocking LGBT Content for Students

The FCC is being asked to ensure that online filtering used at federally funded schools does not prevent access to resource sites for the LGBT community.

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Attorney General Holder to Step Down, Leaves Civil Rights Legacy

Holder has been a legal stalwart for the Obama administration’s agenda on civil rights and LGBT issues and has made significant progress.

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Seattle Mayor Travels to Ireland to Discuss Marriage Equality

Murray will lead a roundtable discussion at the university on legislating for employment and marriage equality for the LGBT community of Ireland.

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Obama Cites Gay Rights, International Security Threats in United Nations Address

Obama: “We can renew the international system that has enabled so much progress, or allow ourselves to be pulled back by an undertow of instability.”

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Murray, Boxer, Blumenthal, Warren, Booker Introduce Emergency Contraception Bill

Sens. Patty Murray, Barbara Boxer, Richard Blumenthal, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker announced the Emergency Contraception Access and Education Act of 2014.

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Eric Holder Asked to Recognize Marriages in Arkansas, Indiana, Wisconsin

The Respect for Marriage Coalition is a partnership of 100 civil rights, faith, health, labor, business, legal, LGBT, student, and women’s organizations.

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Mary Cheney Serves Keynote Address at 2014 Spirit of Lincoln Event

Chaney said, “All families regardless of how they look, how they’re made or where they live – all families deserve to be treated with the same respect.”

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Murray Proposes New Initiatives to Serve Immigrants Living in Seattle

Seattle is home to 68,000 legal permanent residents eligible to become citizens; a total of 180,000 people eligible for citizenship live across Washington.

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Massachesetts: Gender Identity, Expression Passes in Newton

The Board of Aldermen voted unanimously on Monday evening to amend the City’s non-discrimination ordinance to include gender identity or expression.

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