Monday, March 10, 2008

Morning Sweep

The LA Times, in its editorial supporting marriage equality, refers to New Jersey's failed attempt to create a "separate but equal" institution for same-sex couples.

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, who briefly issued marriage licenses to gay couples in 2003, is considering a gubernatorial run in the 2010 race to succeed Arnold Schwarzenegger in California.

West Virgina lawmakers will be voting on legislation that would add sexual orientation as a protected class under the state's Human Rights and Fair Housing laws.

ABC News talks to Megan Wallent, the Microsoft executive who started publicly transitioning last year.

Spain's pro-gay prime minister was narrowly re-elected over the weekend.

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