Thursday, September 20, 2007

Morning Sweep

The Advocate's editor Sean Kennedy interviews Hillary Clinton for an upcoming issue and New York Magazine has a preview of what she says about her position on gay marriage.

In a highly emotional press conference, San Diego's mayor stated his support for marriage equality noting that his position on the issue had changed since his daughter had come out as a lesbian.

***UPDATE: Here's the video of the incredibly moving press conference.

The Hudson River Presbytery, which represents 92 congregations in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam Counties, is leading a national charge to strike down a ban on ordaining gay and lesbian clergy.

Richardson once again makes it clear that he mistakenly used the word "choice" in the August HRC/Logo debate and says that he is more of a grassroots candidate than any of the current frontrunners.

Mitt Romney attacks marriage equality in his latest pander to the religious right, uh, radio ad.

The AFL-CIO's Pride At Work LGBT constituency group has been gathering big union support for the passage of ENDA.

No comments: