Jill Mullins-Cannon

Jill Mullins-Cannon

Politics Editorial
Maintaining a tradition of issuing cases impacting the LGBTQ community on June 26, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Pavan v. Smith, upholding the requirement outlined in Obergefell (the case that banned marriage discrimination based on sexual orientation/gender) that birth and death certificates reflect the same-sex spouse. ...
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Politics Local
Three incumbent justices are up for re-election: Chief Justice Barbara Madsen, Justice Mary Yu, and Justice Charlie Wiggins. ...
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Top News Editorial
Most states followed the federal government's lead on marriage and passed “mini-DOMAs” either as state laws or amendments to their state constitution. ...
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Top News Local
Seattle Dyke March began in 1994, just one year after the inaugural Dyke Marches in D.C. and San Francisco. Diversity and expression are key components. ...
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Top News Politics
Domestic Partners who have either already separated or who do not want to be married, must dissolve their SRDP (“dissolve” is the legal term for “divorce”). ...
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