New campaign continues conversation about why marriage matters in Pennsylvania

Today, Freedom to Marry and the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania joined together to launch Why Marriage Matters Pennsylvania, a grassroots public education that will help build support for the freedom to marry in PA.

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Why Marriage Matters: Fueling the conversation on marriage across the country

In conjunction with our Roadmap to Victory and commitment to growing public support for the freedom to marry to over 60% by 2016, Freedom to Marry’s state-based Why Marriage Matters public education effort has continued to thrive by expanding to new states and welcome new partners.

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New campaign in Arizona will start the conversation about why marriage matters

Today, a groundbreaking new grassroots public education, Why Marriage Matters Arizona, launched in Arizona to begin a conversation with fair-minded Arizonans about the freedom to marry and why it matters to same-sex couples and their families.

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New public education campaign launches to push for marriage in Ohio

Today, Why Marriage Matters Ohio launched to highlight and increase support for the freedom to marry in Ohio. The launch was announced this morning at three simultaneous kick-off events in Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Columbus

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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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John Corvino debates Maggie Gallagher on marriage in new book

In a new book, Debating Same-Sex Marriage, philosopher and prominent gay advocate John Corvino will debate Maggie Gallagher from the anti-gay National Organization for Marriage. Corvino has shared an excerpt with Freedom to Marry explaining his view on "What Marriage Is."

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Tobi, Karen, and Edie

“We call ourselves the gay Cleavers,” say Tobi and Karen. “If you look at any traditional American family, we’re it – except our daughter has two moms. We both work; we love each other and our daughter. All we want is to be recognized as a family.”

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Reflections on the first day of marriages in New York

Our New Media Intern reflects on her experience interviewing couples at the City Clerk's Office in Manhattan on the first day of marriages in New York.

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Rev. John Buehrens—A Prophetic Calling

Rev. John Buehrens, a Unitarian Universalist minister, speaks about why the freedom to marry matters to him.

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Rev. Rosemary Bray McNatt—Ministering to the People

Rev. Rosemary Bray McNatt, an NY-based Unitarian Universalist minister, speaks about what the passage of the marriage bill in New York means to her.

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