Monday, July 2, 2007

Morning Sweep

The Economist's Lexington column this week features the "normalization" of gay America, also pointing out that the number of gay households is growing at five times faster than the population as a whole.

The Daily News writes on the importance of careful and detailed estate planning for gay couples.

Lebanon offers some hope for gay Arabs in the Middle East.

Deb Price notices that Republican presidential candidates seem to be out of step with mainstream America in their opposition to gay rights.

The Washington Post reports that the civil unions law in New Jersey is creating a separate and unequal institution.

The NY Post reports on the coming battle for the Senate majority in the 2008 elections, pointing out that Queens and Long Island are the two areas where Democrats hope to pick up the three seats needed to take control.

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