Thursday, October 18, 2007

Morning Sweep

The Washington Post on the ENDA situation--oddly enough, the reporter briefly compares removing gender identity language from ENDA with removing an agricultural subsidy from a farm bill.

Queerty analyzes HRC and determines that the country's largest LGBT rights group is a Washington insider.

The Nation takes a look at the ENDA debacle and one conclusion drawn is that the "compromise" version of the bill has the flavor of the Clinton-era gay rights compromises that led to "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and DOMA.

Good As You shows us what the other side is doing to defeat ENDA.

No charges will be filed in a case dealing with an anti-gay attack in Rochester last June.

Cornell University's Student Assembly passed a resolution calling for gender-neutral on-campus housing.

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