Florida College Democrats pass gay-issues resolution supporting freedom to marry, military service

Florida College Democrats' LGBT Caucus has passed a resolution including "four important issues central to the LGBT Community: The Freedom to Serve, Freedom to Marry, Freedom to Adopt, and the Freedom to Live Without Fear."

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Gay FL couple together 29 years: We’re “disgusted” we can’t marry

They've been together 29 years. They own a house together in Seminole Heights. They even have wedding rings.

But Andy Turek, 72, and Eddie Sherotski, 57, are not legally married.

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Florida ends ban on adoptions by gays and lesbians

Florida's ban on adoptions by gay men and lesbians came to an official end Friday.

Attorney General Bill McCollum said the case that led to the overturning of the state's 33-year-old law wasn't the "right case" to take to the state's Supreme Court.

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NOM fights state election laws to run anti-gay ads

The Washington, D.C.-based National Organization for Marriage has filed several lawsuits around the country, inspired in part by a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision earlier this year that made it easier for corporations and unions to spend money in elections.

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Pastor Valerie Williams: Sharing God’s Good News on Marriage

My name is Pastor Valerie Williams and I support the freedom to marry because it is the right thing to do. Plain and simple.

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Florida (finally) does it for the children

Now that Florida's 33-year-old adoption ban will soon be a thing of the past, the state is finally beginning to do what anti-gay leaders can't: protect the children.

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First Coast churches stepping up in gay rights movement

Valerie Williams has a passion for preaching the Christian gospel and the right of gays and lesbians to marry and live free of discrimination.

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NOM seeks to influence November elections

The anti-marriage equality National Organization for Marriage filed federal court lawsuits in Florida, New York and Rhode Island challenging the states’ campaign finance laws.

The organization has cited the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment to void restrictions on political advertising and campaign-finance disclosure laws in the three states.

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New York Times: Victory for Families

A state appeals court in Florida toppled a monument to bigotry last week, declaring unconstitutional a 33-year-old state law that prohibited gay people from adopting children.

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Wyoming and nine other states file anti-gay Amicus Brief in Prop 8 Appeal

Wyoming and nine other states have filed an anti-gay amicus brief in the Prop 8 appeal case saying the Constitution does not require marriage to include same-sex couples and that states, not federal courts, have final say in whether to honor the freedom to marry.

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