The buzz is certainly growing in Washington, D.C., over President Obama's scheduled Wednesday afternoon interview with ABC News, where he is likely to be pressed on his gay marriage stance.
Colorado’s latest attempt to pass a civil unions bill died Tuesday evening in what the Denver Post called “a late-night game of political chicken” between Republican Speaker Frank McNulty and House Democrats.
Following passage of the antigay Amendment One, a group of LGBT couples in North Carolina will request marriage licenses in a protest for full federal equality.
“If these organizations are really worried about marriage, rather than being motivated by bigotry and hatred, then they would be going after the divorce laws," former Chief Justice Marsha Ternus told the NYT's Frank Bruni.
Tennessee has successfully exported its proposed law, which would ban any mention of homosexuality by teachers or school administrators. But Missouri says its version if more fair.
Yes, Newt Gingrich is still in the race for the Republican nomination. And he's hoping his support for Amendment One will earn him some votes in the North Carolina primary.
A new poll suggests that the proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage and civil unions in North Carolina can be defeated if campaigners can educate voters, a significant percentage of whom remain confused about the measure.
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