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Matt Baume of the American Foundation for Equal Rights recently interviewed a college student who started a campaign
Google is the latest large corporation to endorse legalizing marriage equality in Washington, according to the group Washington United for Marriage, which backs the legislation.
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The New Jersey state Senate Judiciary committee voted 8-4 to forward the bill to the full state Senate.
Four of the six Anoka-Hennepin school board members said Tuesday that they would support the district's latest propo