Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Morning Sweep

The State Senate has expelled Sen. Hiram Monserrate, one of the eight Democrats who voted against marriage equality, due to his domestic assault conviction.

The Washington Post
concludes from interviews with enlisted military personnel that there is increased acceptance for lesbian and gay service members.

The San Francisco Chronicle editorializes against claims that Judge Vaughn Walker's sexual orientation will make him biased in the Prop 8 trial.

Iowa Republicans' attempt to force a vote that would put a constitutional amendment to ban marriage equality in the state failed yesterday.

Anti-marriage legislators also failed in New Hampshire yesterday, where committees recommended against repealing the state's marriage equality law and also recommended killing a proposed constitutional amendment banning marriage equality.

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