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Mitt Romney 2012 tax returns reveal that the former Massachusetts governor donated more than $4 million to the Mormon Church, which is actively opposing marriage equality around the country. Last night, CNN reported that the Romneys' Tyler Charitable Foundation also gave to the anti-gay Massachusetts Family Institute over a period of several years.
Colonel Ginger Wallace, an openly lesbian intelligence officer in the U.S. Air Force, will be one of two openly gay people in the First Lady’s gallery seats tonight, when President Obama delivers his State of the Union address for 2012. The second openly gay guest is Lorelei Kilker, an environmental chemist who was part of the government’s class action suit to secure equal wages for women.
New Jersey Gov.
Washington state Sen.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) this week introduced marriage equality legislation.
A Minnesota state Court of Appeals on Monday overturned a Hennepin County judge's decision to dismiss a lawsuit file
April DeBoer and Jayne Rowse filed a federal lawsuit Monday challenging the Michigan law that prevents lesbian and g
Officials in the Anoka-Hennepin School District on Monday introduced an alternative to the policy that requires teac