Thursday, July 5, 2007

Morning Sweep

The only state with full marriage equality is getting on quite well, according to the Washington Post. Marriage equality opponents have thus far been proven wrong, as 10,000 gay couples have been married in Massachusetts and society has yet to crumble.

Oregonians reflect on a successful 2007 legislative session for LGBT rights, but are worried about a ballot initiative that may undo the progress.

...and, because it's a slow news day:

The Sex and the City movie is officially on.

Joe Bruno is not happy with the Times Union.

If you do happen to be at work today, HRC is encouraging you to take action for workplace equality and write to your U.S. Representative to get them to support the federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). You can be fired from your job in 31 states if you're gay or lesbian, and in 39 states (including New York) if you're transgender.

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