Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Morning Sweep

More same-sex couples have married in California in the last three months since it was legalized than in Massachusetts over the past four years.

No more “Party A” and “Party B” on Calif. Marriage forms – “Bride” and “Groom” will make reappearance. Same-sex couples will now label themselves as dual-brides or dual-grooms. You say tomato…

A mistrial has been declared in the case of the four San Diego firefighters who sued the city for being mandated to march in the gay pride parade. The case will be retried because the jury was deadlocked.

Georgia’s Supreme Court has struck down a lawsuit against a transgender politician whose opponents sued her for misleading the public for running as a woman.

On the global front, the government in Uganda has tightened laws against homosexuality, while Lithuania’s foreign minister has said enough is enough when it comes to his nation’s anti-gay ways.

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