Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Morning Sweep

The Syracuse Post-Standard covered yesterday’s press conference about the Lateisha Green murder trial, and Newsday wrote on the day’s court proceedings. We’re glad to see so much good, fair coverage of this extremely important case.

The Politicker interviews Alan Van Capelle, recapping some of the work that we’ve done during this contentious legislative session and previewing what’s to come.

According to The Nation, former President Bill Clinton--who signed DOMA into law in 1996--now supports marriage equality.

At its convention in CA, the Episcopal Church has moved toward affirming its acceptance of gays and lesbians for all roles in ministry, despite pressure from fellow Anglicans worldwide to stop consecrating openly gay clergy.

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