Jujamcyn’s Roth Picked for Crain’s 40 Under 40 ‘Rising Stars’

Freedom to Marry Steering Committee Member and Voice for Equality, Jordan Roth, has been picked by Crain's as one of its 40 Under 40 "Rising Stars."

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DC Gay Couple Currently 2nd in the Crate and Barrel Ultimate Wedding Contest

When Jonathan Howard and Gregory Jones, the 20th couple to apply for a marriage license in DC, found out Crate & Barrel's Ultimate Wedding Contest was open to couples holding commitment ceremonies, they entered. Now, they have a good shot at winning.

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Same-Sex Couples May Still Pay More for Health Coverage

The health care overhaul package excludes a provision that would have helped same-sex couples: eliminating a tax on employer-provided domestic partner health coverage.

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Amicurious.com Partners With Freedom To Marry

Amicurious.com, a matchmaking website for gay men seeking lasting relationships, was founded on the ideal that gay men should have equal opportunity to find love and get married. Following the successful launch of their site, Amicurious turned its attention to a national search for a non-profit partner that would receive 10% of all membership dues.

Today, they announced that Freedom to Marry, "the leading campaign to win marriage nationwide," was chosen as their non-profit partner.

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The Freedom to Marry expected to create Wedding-related Jobs in D.C.

Georgetown residents Christopher Cahill and Richard Marshall consider the $75,000 wedding that they're planning for June to be their own "personal stimulus package" for the District economy. And local businesses are already seeing the dollar signs.

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Voice for Equality: Cummins, Inc. of Indiana

Cummins, Inc. is a corporation of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service diesel and natural gas engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems. Headquartered in Columbus, Indiana, USA Cummins serves its customers through a network of more than 500 Company-owned and independent distributor locations and approximately 5,200 dealer locations in more than 190 countries and territories. While more than 51% of Cummins' business comes from operations outside of the United States, the company remains one of the largest employers in the state of Indiana. Learn more here.

As the Republican controlled Indiana state senate moved to vote 38-10 for a constitutional ban on marriage for gay couples last week, Fortune 500 member Cummins, Inc. said, "No." The CEO of Cummins sent a representative with his letter stating, "...inequity in marital status has no place in Indiana." [Link] This is not Cummins' first time weighing in on marriage equality. Back in March of 2007, when Indiana was considering a ban on the freedom to marry, an executive from Cummins Inc. said the amendment would make it harder for the big engine maker to recruit quality employees to Indiana. "Anything that makes Indiana less inclusive and less welcoming for our current employees and for our future employees makes it more difficult for Cummins to compete," said Mark Osowick, Cummins' recruiting director. "This amendment would do just that by sending a message that Indiana is not tolerant of diversity." [Link]

Freedom to Marry salutes Cummins, Inc. as a collective Voice for Equality! Learn about other Voices for Equality here.

If Cummins' support inspires you - get involved.

**Make your NOMINATION for a Voice for Equality today!

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Partner denied FMLA sick leave by ATT

January 29, 2010

Bryan Dickenson and Bill Sugg have been together for 30 years. After Sugg suffered a debilitating stroke in September, Dickinson requested time off from his job at AT&T under the federal Family Medical Leave Act to care for his partner. But AT&T is refusing to grant Dickenson the 12 weeks of leave that would be afforded to a heterosexual spouse under the act. [Link]

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Seven out of Ten LGBT Adults, Given the Choice, Prefer Jobs in States That Recognize Marriages of Sa

Business Wire
October 5, 2009

According to the 2009 Out & Equal Workplace Survey, other factors being equal, 71 percent of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) adults would prefer a job with an employer based in a state where marriage equality is recognized over an employer based in a state that does not yet recognize marriage equality for same-sex couples. When asked specifically of lesbian and gay adults, 79% or eight out of ten agree. (Link)

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Vermont Prepares for Marriage Equality

August 24, 2009
Vermont's marriage equality law takes effect September 1st. Some observers predict the state could see 1,000 marriage ceremonies for same-sex couples over the next three years, providing a big boost to tourism. [Link]

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Breese Nation: The Fundraising Store - Keeps Sharing the Love

The store that grew out of love and support for the characters of Bianca Montgomery and Reese Williams on ABC's "All My Children" continues to share that love by raising awareness and money for Freedom to Marry. With each purchase, you contribute to the marriage equality movement. [Link]

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