Friday, May 1, 2009

Morning Sweep

Blogger Andrés Duque’s attended Equality & Justice Day on Tuesday, and his post on Blabbeando does a great job capturing the energy of the day and its importance to the LGBT community and its allies.

Gay City News has an interview with Gov. Paterson expanding on some of his recent statements surrounding the marriage bill.

Maine’s Senate has passed the state’s marriage equality bill, which will now go to the House for a vote.

The New York Times writes on advocacy groups’ efforts to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”

Bernard Whitman, president and CEO of a public opinion polling firm, writes in Forbes that marriage for same-sex couples in all 50 states is inevitable.

Huffington Post writes on clergy leading the way for LGBT equality.

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