Blog Entries by Adam Polaski

VIDEOS: Why marriage matters in Maine, Minnesota, and Washington

People across Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, and Washington state are having conversations about why marriage matters, inspired by the courageous personal stories featured in a groundbreaking set of new educational broadcast ads.

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Attend a Minnesota house party for One Day United!

With six weeks before Election Day, Minnesotans United for All Families, the coalition to block a discriminatory consitutional amendment that would permanently limit the freedom to marry in the state, is ramping up their fundraising efforts by hosting its final One Day United event.

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Confused about what’s happening with the Defense of Marriage Act?

This summer, the so-called Defense of Marriage Act has gone through a whirlwind in the courts, being declared unconstitutional this summer alone in five different cases. But all of the back-and-forth can be confusing. Check out our FAQ to walk you through the basics of what's happening with DOMA.

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200 leaders representing communities of color endorse marriage in Washington

This week, Washington United for Marriage, the broad coalition of organizations and advocates working to uphold the freedom to marry in Washington, announced that nearly 200 organizations and leaders representing communities of color in the state are voicing their fervent support for marriage for same-sex couples.

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Artist documents same-sex military couples in new photo project

This fall, Tatjana Plitt, an artist from Australia, is working to document gay and lesbian service members, who for the first time can publicly express their love and commitment to their husbands, wives, or partners. We speak with Tatjana about her motivations for the project and how we can use art to explore important political and human issues.

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Five ways the Defense of Marriage Act hurts gay and lesbian military families

Today is the first anniversary of the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the military policy that prohibited gay and lesbian service members from serving openly and honestly in the U.S. military. But even though gay and lesbian service members can now serve openly, they continue to face discrimination from the federal government.

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Prince George’s County NAACP president supports marriage in Maryland

This week, Bob Ross, the president of the Prince George County branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) spoke out in support of Question 6, the ballot measure that would uphold the freedom to marry in Maryland.

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WATCH: How we won the freedom to marry in New York

In a new video, our founder and President Evan Wolfson, as well as our Senior Advisor Sean Eldridge and Third Way's Lanae Erickson Hatalsky, talk about how we won in New York, what we've learned from the campaign, and how we can apply those strategies to win more states and continue growing the majority for marriage across the country.

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Minnesotans United launches first television ad

Yesterday, Minnesotans United for All Families released their first television advertisement asking Minnesotans to vote NO on a proposed constitutional amendment permanently limiting the freedom to marry. The spot includes a testimonial from John and Kim, who have been married for 13 years and who share their journey why they're voting NO.

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Two Respect for Marriage Act cosponsors bring House total to 156

This week, two new members of the House of Representatives signed on as co-sponsors for the Respect for Marriage Act. Rep. Mel Watt from North Carolina and Rep. Leonard Boswell from Iowa have become the latest co-sponsors of the bill, raising the total number of co-sponsors in the House to 156.

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