Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Morning Sweep

Government officials are saying that the timeline for the internal assessment on repealing "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" suggests that an end to the law may be years away.

New Hampshire's state House is expected to vote tomorrow on whether to repeal the state's marriage equality law. The Judiciary Committee is recommending that the House kill that measure as well as a proposed constitutional amendment that would ban marriage equality.

The New York Times exposes anti-gay attitudes in Malawi in the wake of the arrest of a gay couple there, where many of the country's residents have accused foreigners of bringing a "gay agenda."

An Oklahoma man has sued the Oklahoma Tax Commission to get a vanity license plate that says "IM GAY," which they have so far denied him based on a rule against plates that "may be offensive to the general public."

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