Thursday, July 17, 2008

Morning Sweep

The NY Times' column about Mass.’s repeal of the 1913 law banning out-of-state couples from marrying says the action shows that times are a-changin’ in our country.

Alan Van Capelle weighs in for the AP on how Mass. allowing of-state couples to marry there will affect same-sex couples in New York.

The California Supreme Court will not hear the challenge brought against the state’s contentious same-sex marriage ban amendment, meaning it will definitely be on the Nov. ballot.

Several United Methodist pastors in California are defying their church’s mandate against performing same-sex marriages, putting their jobs at risk.

The New England Blade takes a look at why two-thirds of black Americans are against same-sex marriage.

The Senate voted yesterday to lift the 20-year ban on people with HIV visiting or immigrating to the U.S.

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