Postedon Jan 19, 2007 at 03:12 pm
January 19, 2007
If she and Charlene Strong, were wed in a commitment ceremony nearly nine years ago had been legal spouses, the decisions that came next would have been made quickly, albeit painfully. But Strong was initially denied the right to visit Fleming in the hospital as she lay dying. When asked what relationship she had to Fleming, Strong told the truth, unwilling to lie and say they were sisters. [link]
Postedon Jul 27, 2006 at 11:10 am
July 27, 2006
"By 5-4, these judges failed to do their job. Now the legislators must do their job, acting to end this discrimination, while we do ours, speaking out about who gay families are and why marriage matters."-Evan Wolfson
Postedon Jul 26, 2006 at 10:58 am
July 26, 2006
The ruling, due at 8 a.m. PST on the court's Web site, is not expected to settle the marriage issue but rather to send it to the state Legislature for fresh battles.
"[T]he more states that begin to end this discrimination, the more it gives people around the country to see families helped and no one hurt ... Obviously it also matters tremendously to the families living in Washington state."-Evan Wolfson
Mayor Anderson signs on with marriage ads
July 24, 2006
"This is a long-term conversation ... Our job is to make sure people hear about gay families and why marriage matters, and not be drowned out by the horse race of the moment."-Evan Wolfson
Postedon Jul 24, 2006 at 10:54 am
July 24, 2006
Signatories of the ads included the mayors of Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Providence, R.I., Portland, Ore., West Sacramento, Calif., and Palm Springs, Calif.