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March 5th, 2014
IN THE NEWS
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>> Dems try to smear gay candidate
Democrats published an inflammatory ad trying to smear Log Cabin-endorsed, openly gay Republican congressional candidate DeMaio [CA].
>> TX 2014 GOP primary election results
Election results for the March 4th, 2014 Texas statewide Republican primaries.
>> 8 cities vie for 2016 GOP convention
8 cities are fighting for the chance to host the Republican National Convention in 2016.
>> Republicans support marriage equality
A group of Republican current and former lawmakers say marriage equality is consistent with conservative values of freedom and liberty.
>> KY to fight marriage with outside counsel
Kentucky will hire outside attorneys to fight a judge's decision recognizing marriages performed in other states.
>> Top GOP US Senate primaries
US Senate Republicans have a strong chance at gaining the 6 seats they need for a majority.
>> What's the future of KS discrimination?
Equality Kansas wants the state's anti-discrimination laws to cover sexual orientation and gender identity.
>> Is acceptance of gays growing in GA?
A gay and lesbian influx has transformed at least one part of rural Georgia.
>> Have gay rights gone mainstream?
Gay rights allies now include Chambers of Commerce, major businesses, and Republican lawmakers.
>> States backtrack on discrimination bills
Georgia and Mississippi have backtracked on discrimination bills, joining other states where such measures have failed.
>> IL counties begin recognizing marriages
A federal judge ruled Cook County, Illinois gay couples did not have to wait until the state's marriage equality law takes effect this summer.
>> South split evenly on marriage
A new poll shows the South is evenly split on marriage equality.
>> AZ GOP governor vetoes discrimination bill
Gov. Brewer [R-AZ] has vetoed a controversial bill that would have allowed businesses to deny service and employment to gays or lesbians.
>> Judge rules against TX marriage ban
A federal judge ruled that pair of Texas laws banning marriage equality are unconstitutional.
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