Monday, March 24, 2008

Morning Sweep

Barack Obama criticizes campaigns that use gay marriage as a wedge issue in an election where so many big issues are at play.

A New York Times column features the heartbreaking story of a student in Arkansas who is beat up at school regularly--with little reprieve from school officials--because of his perceived sexual orientation (even though he's straight).

Deb Price calls on the U.S. Government to do more to advance basic human rights for LGBT people internationally.

Hartford Business writes about the same-sex marriage debate going on in Connecticut, where the state's Legislature and Supreme Court have taken up the issue.

Planning your summer vacations? You might want to avoid Tallinn, Estonia and Riga, Latvia--the two Baltic capitals are choosing not to participate in a pan-European campaign to celebrate LGBT inclusion and anti-discrimination.

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