Thursday, February 14, 2008

Morning Sweep

The New York City Health Department has a new campaign to promote safe sex.

The New York Times has more on the lesbian couple who have filed suit in Colorado to get the state's constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage thrown out.

A gay Republican in Arizona is entering the race to replace retiring anti-gay Republican Congressman John Shadegg.

Marylanders may be pinning their hopes for marriage equality on a black evangelical bishop who also holds a seat in the state senate.

Know Thy Neighbor has posted the names of every single person who signed the petition to get a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage on the state ballot in November.

Amidst a Castro Street that has been transformed to look like it did in the late 1970d, San Francisco looks back on its history of advancing gay rights as the state's Supreme Court gets set to hear arguments on the legality of denying gay couples the right to marry.

Rhode Island's state legislature will examine legislation that would make it legal for Rhode Island same-sex couples who were married in neighboring Massachusetts to get a divorce in their home state.

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