Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Morning Sweep

Recently shamed Rep. Vito Fossella won’t seek another term in Congress.

The Los Angeles Times interviewed clergy in California to find out which congregations will be willing to marry gays.

The LA Times also has a fascinating story on Chief Justice Ronald M. George, the moderate Republican on the Ca. Supreme Court who tipped the 4-3 marriage ruling in the direction of equality.

A recent web poll found that one in four gay and lesbian adults don’t have health insurance, making them nearly twice as likely as the straight adults polled to be uninsured.

Cancel that vacation you were planning to Gambia. The country’s president has announced that all gays must leave the country within 24 hours “or face serious consequences if caught.”

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