Friday, August 28, 2009

Morning Sweep

Gay City News writes on Ted Kennedy's advocacy for LGBT issues. CNN does the same.

The Governor of Utah - where there is no LGBT anti-discrimination law - says such a law isn't necessary. ''We don't have to have a rule for everybody to do the right thing. We ought to just do the right thing because it's the right thing to do and we don't have to have a law that punishes us if we don't,'' Gov. Gary Herbert said.

Rep. Barney Frank, one of the driving forces behind an LGBT-inclusive federal ENDA, says he expects hearings to be held on it this fall.

The Washington Post has an interesting profile of Brian Brown, executive director of the National Organization for Marriage. They portray him as being successful due to his calm nature and sane arguments - which doesn't change the fact that describes same-sex marriage as "irrational."

No comments: