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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 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.

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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Scotland’s Slow Start on Same-Sex Marriage

Scotland was the first of the UK to address same-sex marriage, but it has taken much longer than England and Wales to approve marriage bills.

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Florida Marriage Plaintiffs Invited to White House Easter Egg Roll

One of the plaintiff couples in the lawsuit for marriage equality in Florida, will be attending the White House Easter Egg Roll, along with their son.

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Aleksa Manila, Zachary Pullin: Seattle Pride Grand Marshals

Aleksa Manila and Zachary Pullin have been selected as two Seattle Pride Grand Marshals that will lead the Seattle Pride Parade on June 29.

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Storm Signs Jasmine Lister to Training Camp Contract

A WBCA Honorable Mention All-American selection and All-SEC Second Team member, Lister averaged 12.6 points per game in four years.

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Politics Halts Marriage Equality in Thailand

The proposed marriage equality bill in Thailand has been put on hold. Thailand preforms the most gender reassignment surgeries in the world.

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NW Adoption Exchange Aims for New Media Campaign

In March, Northwest Resource Associates was awarded the All Children – All Families Seal of Recognition by the Human Rights Campaign.

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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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More Than 200 Faith Leaders Support Marriage Equality in Colorado

Faithful Voices for Strong Families is composed of ministers, pastors, rabbis, chaplains, directors and seminary professors from different faith traditions.

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