Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Morning Sweep

New York State politics were rocked yesterday when it was discovered that Gov. Eliot Spitzer was linked to a high-end prostitution ring.

The Advocate's Kerry Eleveld gives a brief overview of New York State Lt. Governor David Paterson's record on LGBT issues.

A columnist for the Sacramento Bee examines some of the arguments presented in the gay marriage case before the state's Supreme Court last week and proclaims that marriage equality is an inevitability.

The Oklahoma state lawmaker who last week stated that homosexuality is a greater threat to the nation than terrorism is getting some angry backlash.

Openly gay episcopal bishop Gene Robinson has been notified that he will not be allowed to attend this summer's once-a-decade world-wide meeting of Anglican leaders.

Lambda Legal is taking the University of Hawaii to court for denying family housing to a gay couple, one of which is a student at the school.

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