Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Morning Sweep

The LA Times looks at how McCain’s support and Obama’s opposition of the Ca. same-sex marriage ban amendment might affect their campaigns.

A NY gay couple is suing an Arizona-based adoption service that won’t allow same-sex partners to register.

Concerned Women for America reflects on their Power in the Pulpit rally in June, when they brought more than 400 ministers to Albany to speak out against same-sex marriage. P.S. Does anyone know what they mean by “prayer warrior marine,” and how we can get some of those fierce individuals on our side?

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, famous for challenging Ca.’s same-sex marriage ban back in 2004, is looking into running for Governor in 2010.

An estimated 40,000 U.S. binational lesbian and gay couples risk being separated because without the protection of marriage, the non-citizen partner isn’t safe from deportation.

The European Union’s recent report urges its member nations to provide better rights and protections to LGBT citizens.

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