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Black, Gay Group Bridging Divide

Queerty
July 22, 2008
"Sure, progress comes one step at a time, but can come a whole lot faster when we’re all stepping together, whether it be in Selma, on Christopher Street or in your own back yard." [Link]

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Liberal Silliness on Gay Marriage

The New Republic
July 22, 2008
James Kirchick writes, "As someone who can't get married (unless I return to my home state of Massachusetts, which isn't in the cards right now), I find heterosexuals complaining that marriage is a series of "ists" to be incredibly myopic." [Link]

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URGENT: Help Us Demonstrate that Clergy Support Marriage Equality for Same-Sex Couples

Religious Institute on Sexual Morality, Justice, and Healing
July 22, 2008
Religious leadership can make the difference. That's why the Religious Institute is launching a renewed effort to invite clergy from across the country to sign the Open Letter to Religious Leaders on Marriage Equality TODAY. [Link]

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The Hemisphere’s State of Same-Sex Partnership Recognition: Canada Very Much in the Lead

Council on Hemispheric Affairs
July 21, 2008
This overview ends with, "It is imperative that Latin American countries work to end discrimination towards same-sex couples... as part of a more inclusive commitment to democratic rights." [Link]

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Unwed couples financially vulnerable

The Times-Picayune
July 22, 2008
It's important for same-gender couples to choose service providers they trust and with whom they can be open about their relationship. Work with professionals who can help you find opportunities to establish legal safeguards where they do not exist. [Link]

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Legislator seeks reprimand of colleague

The Arizona Daily Star
July 22, 2008
The dust-up in the Senate over marriage on the last night of the legislative session has one lawmaker seeking to have another one formally reprimanded. In a complaint filed Monday, Sen. Ken Cheuvront, D-Phoenix, said Sen. Jack Harper, R-Surprise, used his position to illegally interrupt debate, and then purposely ignored legal protests. [Link]

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Out-of-state marriage law faces obstacles to repeal in House

The Belmont Citizen-Herald
July 21, 2008
Spellane said lawmakers' constituents already know where their elected officials stand on marriage. "I don’t believe, for the most part, that constituents vote on one particular issue," he said. "There’s no better timing to do this than right now...We need to repeal this thing." [Link]

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LETTER: Voting for doctrine

The Salt Lake Tribune
July 21, 2008
A church's doctrine should not be imposed on others, and everyone should have as much opportunity to flourish as that society can offer. [Link]

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The Aisle of Least Resistance

The American Prospect
July 21, 2008
Courtney E. Martin writes, "I've always been partial to Audre Lorde's insight that 'the master's tools will never dismantle the master's house.' But professor of Chicano/a studies, Lisa Justine Hernandez, who is getting married this month, sees the radical potential in marriage. 'I think it works both ways,' she told me. 'Jane and I are being transformed by the outpouring of love and support from our families. Our marriage has opened positive conversation and also transformed others.'" [Link]

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Measure to prohibit gay unions is trailing

San Diego Union Tribune
July 18, 2008
Proposition 8, the constitutional amendment that would ban marriage equality in California, is opposed by 51 percent of likely voters with 42 percent in favor, according to a new Field Poll. The Field Poll director discusses what this means. (Link)

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