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One Million Kids for Equality Launches Before SCOTUS Ruling

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.

Court Allows Lesbian Teacher to Proceed with Hesperia Lawsuit

A California Superior Court Judge has signed an order allowing a lesbian teacher to proceed with her lawsuit against Hesperia Unified School District.

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Women Are Equal to Men on Leadership Traits, Study

Among Democratic women, fully 69 percent say they hope the U.S. will elect a female president in their lifetime.

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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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Funeral Home Cancels Service After 15 Minutes Due to Same-Sex Kissing

According to Silva, the family paid New Hope Ministries $400 for the service and someone from the church walked a refund over to Newcomer for the family.

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Widow Sues FedEx for Refusing Survivor Benefits

The widow of a longtime FedEx employee sued for refusing to provide federally required spousal pension benefits solely because both spouses were women.

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Federal Judge Strikes Down South Dakota Marriage Ban

A federal court has ruled in favor of six same-sex couples seeking the freedom to marry in South Dakota.

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Review of Idaho’s Marriage Equality Ban Denied

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit denied the Governor of Idaho’s request for en banc review of its October 7, 2014 decision striking down Idaho’s ban on marriage equality.

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Marriage Equality: Louisiana Gets Its Day in Court

Friday the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit heard oral arguments in Robicheaux v. Caldwell, the appeal challenging Louisiana’s marriage ban.

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Georgia Federal Court Allows Marriage Case to Proceed

The lawsuit argues that Georgia’s marriage ban discriminates and sends a message that lesbians, gay men, and their children are second-class citizens.

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