Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Morning Sweep

A Washington Post columnist urges members of the GOP to follow Cheney's lead and re-examine their stance on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."

The San Francisco Chronicle examines Obama's stance on marriage for same-sex couples.

The U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled an April 28 hearing on whether Washington state can release the more than 138,000 names on petitions supporting a domestic partnership referendum. Protect Marriage Washington wants to shield petition-signers' names from public release.

A Wyoming school district is experiencing backlash after its controversial decision to remove "No Place for Hate" signs discouraging bullying and harassment from its schools.

The Wall Street Journal
reports that London's financial district has become a LGBT-friendly work environment.

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