Yes on 1 campaigner expresses regret over campaign tactics

Marc Mutty, the campaign manager for Yes on 1 in Maine, admits that his NOM-backed campaign used distortion and hyperbole to repeal the state’s freedom to marry law.

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Maine ethics panel seeking donor names

The state ethics commission continues to seek the names of people who donated to the National Organization for Marriage in 2009 -- an inquiry the organization continues to oppose.

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A change of heart on marriage equality

Susan Cover reports on the events that led Maine Governor John Baldacci to change his views on the freedom to marry.

Baldacci: "...it [marriage equality] turned a lot of hearts and minds and it represents where we are going to be headed."

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A New Kind Of Outing

The Human Rights Campaign and the Courage Campaign this week launched a new Web site, NOMexposed.com, which provides details of some of the backers of the National Organization for Marriage.

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Freedom to Marry’s Evan Wolfson looks at those polls showing Marriage Equality winning

Steve Weinstein talks with Evan Wolfson about the meaning in two recent polls showing support for marriage for same-sex couples continuing to rise in every state; reflecting a growing trend towards acceptance of gay and lesbian relationships.

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NOM Seeks Undisclosed Spending in N.Y.

As eyes turn toward marriage equality for New York in 2011, the antigay National Organization for Marriage has filed a lawsuit seeking the ability to spend undisclosed sums of money in key state senate races.

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In Wake of Ballot Initiatives, Questions about the National Organization for Marriage’s Funding

Catholic Groups Funneled Millions to Fund Anti-Gay Marriage Initiatives in California, Maine.

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NOM loses again in Maine

The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has lost yet another court battle to cloak the names of their donors in Maine.

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Amick: Marriage equality effort in political limbo

Early in 2008, then-Speaker of the Assembly Joe Roberts optimistically proclaimed that the freedom to marry in New Jersey "is simply a question of when, not if."

It's now clear that the "when" could be years away.

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Domestic partnership signature case back in Washington court

Anti-gay opponents of the state's expanded domestic partnership law are going back to court to try to block the release of names of people who wanted the law overturned.

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