Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Morning Sweep

The New York Times has comprehensive coverage of same-sex families living in the Bronx, where a recent Williams Institute report shows gay couples with children in New York City are most likely to live. More on the report's findings here.

The Staten Island Advance reports on a recent study showing that most LGBT youth plan to form a family in the future, including having a monogamous partner and raising children.

A columnist for The Detroit News points out why partner benefits for federal employees makes good business sense.

The Greek government has attempted to overturn the country’s first same-sex marriages, which took place when two same-sex couples took advantage of a loophole in Greek civil law that fails to specify gender in matrimony.

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