Friday, February 8, 2008

Morning Sweep

Mitt Romney is out of the Presidential primary race and Log Cabin Republicans couldn't be happier.

In Marty Markowitz's final "State of the Borough" address, he pledged to secure funding for Brooklyn's first LGBT community center.

A coalition of gay student groups at Columbia University is hosting a national conference on being LGBT and Jewish.

Gay City News reports on Primary Election Day efforts by transgender activists and their allies to build support for passing GENDA in the state Assembly this year.

A San Diego State University study shows that same-sex couples on the average are happier than their heterosexual counterparts.

Maryland's gay marriage opponents are stepping up their efforts in trying to force the state's House of Delegates to vote on a constitutional amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman.

Pennsylvania, which already has a state DOMA, may be headed for a showdown over a constitutional amendment banning legal recognition of gay unions.

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