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The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) looks to be a success in Washington, with all of the Democratic caucus behind it, and enough Republicans in the Senate to make a difference. Such a bill will prohibit workplace discrimination based on…>read moreNo Comment November 5, 2013
The fight to legalize gay marriage and instantiate gay rights into state wide if not federal legislation has had booming success this year, with Election Day opening up with Washington, Maryland, and Maine legalizing same sex marriage, soon to…>read moreNo Comment October 23, 2013
Like melting a block of ice, progress is made by getting hot water down little fissures. And so proponents of gay right to marriage have been making small inlets as of late, amidst the twenty-nine states that have constitutionally…>read more2 Comments September 23, 2013
After the Supreme Court rejected DOMA as discriminatory, it became inevitable that details and wrangling over how the federal government would tax same-sex marriages would give wiggle room for the progress of gay and lesbian rights. For instance, if…>read more1 Comment August 30, 2013
With Rhode Island and Minnesota becoming the 12th and 13th states in the U.S. to allow gay marriage, many couples made last-minute preparations for a midnight marriage on Wednesday night, when the law would come into effect, so they…>read moreNo Comment August 1, 2013
After taking a breath following the Supreme Court’s lifting of the federal ban on same-sex marriage, the American Civil Liberties Union has declared what amounts to litigational blitzkrieg, attacking same-sex marriage bans in several states including North Carolina and…>read moreNo Comment July 9, 2013
On Thursday, the Boy Scouts of America ended its policy of banning openly gay children and teens from participating in scouting. The decision was voted on by 1,400 volunteer leaders, and is expected to appease many in the scouting…>read moreNo Comment May 24, 2013