Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Morning Sweep

Choire Sicha, former Gawker editor, writes in the New York Observer about the problems that NYC officials face as they try to control the spread of HIV/AIDS among the city's young gay male population.

If you weren't convinced yet, this quote, delivered after last night's Republican primary in Michigan, is another reason why Mike Huckabee is a scary candidate for president: ''And that's what we need to do, is to amend the Constitution so it's in God's standards, rather than try to change God's standards.''

Only two weeks have passed since Hew Hampshire's civil unions law went into effect and already more than 100 couples have taken advantage.

As Connecticut and California anticipate rulings on same-sex marriage, a columnist for the Hartford Courant argues that the courts should recognize that civil unions and other "new legal regimes" do not provide full equality.

Pam Spaulding interviews North Carolina's openly gay candidate for the U.S. Senate Jim Neal. (Neal is challenging Republican incumbent Elizabeth Dole)

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