Except for gay conservative groups, advocates see the decision as a victory for the president and LGBT Americans who disproportionately face barriers to accessing health care.
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Minnesota Vikings hunky punter Chris Kluwe has come out for marriage equality in a big way,
The Maryland Marriage Alliance owes $88,000, much of it to a signature-gathering firm owned by a state lawmaker.
His campaign saw a three-day spike in fund-raising after his pro-marriage equality announcement, NPR reports.
Sean Patrick Maloney, a gay former aide to President Bill Clinton, won the Democratic primary and will face Rep. Nan Hayworth, who has a moderate reputation on LGBT rights compared to some other Tea Party-backed Republicans.