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Obergefell Attorney Dan Canon Announces Congressional Run in Indiana

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Politics
Canon built a legal practice representing people against government and big corporations. Notably, he was one of a team of lawyers who took the landmark marriage equality case to the Supreme Court of the United States. ...
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Digging Deeper: Who Exactly is Trump’s SCOTUS Nominee Neil Gorsuch?

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Pro-life Gorsuch voted on the side of Hobby Lobby regarding religious exemption and the right to refuse female employees contraception coverage. ...
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No Human is Illegal: Suggested Precautions to Take Now

National
Applications filed today will be decided and granted on the basis of the laws and rules while Obama is in office. So, take care of these as soon as possible. ...
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Shane Co., Zales Engage Same-Sex Couples

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National
Love won and now mainstream jewelers Shane Co. and Zales are eyeing to attract lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals. ...
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Four Million Americans Affected by SCOTUS’ Split Decision Overturning Immigration Reform

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Politics
The decision impacts more than four million undocumented immigrants and their families, and nearly 79,000 people in Washington state. ...
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DelBene to Discuss Recent Attacks Ahead of LGBT Equality Day

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Congresswoman Suzan DelBene will host a discussion with local leaders about recent attacks on the LGBT community, ahead of the first-annual LGBT Equality Day. ...
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Brief Filed Challenging Use of Race in Undergraduate Admissions at University of Texas

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National
The brief, which focuses on the case’s implications for women and LGBT people of color, argues that the University of Texas at Austin’s use of race in undergraduate admissions decisions is lawful under the Equal Protection Clause. ...
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Veterans Affairs to Extend Benefits to Same-Sex Spouses, Families

President Barack Obama salutes a Sailor following naturalization ceremony, April 23, at the White House. During the ceremony, 24 U.S. service members took the oath of allegiance to the United States, becoming American citizens in the process.
Politics
Following the U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of same-sex marriage nationwide Friday, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs confirmed it will begin issuing spousal benefits to LGB veterans. ...
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Social Media Campaign #OurTurnNow Launches for Marriage

Amina Nurabby posted, "Just went out to breakfast at the sassy onion. I love hanging out with my moms and brothers. #OurTurnNow"
Top News National
The social media campaign evolved from a Valentine’s Day idea thought up by 12-year-old Abigail Hasting-Tharp and a group of her friends in Oregon. ...
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Murray, Baldwin, Kind Introduce Social Security and Marriage Equality Act of 2015

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The Social Security and Marriage Equality Act ensures same-sex spouses receive equal treatment under the Social Security Act, regardless of where they live. ...
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