Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Morning Sweep

The New York Times editorial board writes that the Rhode Island marriage equality bill, which has died in committee for years, deserves a vote on the House and Senate floor.

The Supreme Court has declined to hear the case of a Kentucky high school student who wants to sue his school district over a policy that allegedly barred him from expressing his opposition to homosexuality.

When asked if he supports the idea of civil unions, new RNC Chair Michael Steele responded, “What are you, crazy?”

The Washington Post takes note of the contribution being made to the nation’s political dialogue by LGBT bloggers. Pam Spaulding provides insight into the growing trend.

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