Now we know Governor of Washington supports the legalization of gay marriage.
It is the current question whereas Governor Chris Gregoire until now, as reports The Seattle Times, has supported giving gay and lesbian partners the same rights that married couples have today, but has never endorsed same-sex marriage publicly but it would seem that she could support it during a session next week according to sources.
A set of LGBT groups and organizations decided to form a coalition in order to be sure that protections against discriminations in schools are included in the Elementary and Secondary Education Reauthorization Act of 2011 (ESEA).
A legislation banning discrimination in housing and employment based on sexual orientation and gender identity was presented in Ohio.
2 lawmakers of Florida decided to push domestic partnership whereas gay marriage was ban in the constitution.
From now on the State of California will not be able to enter into contracts of more than $100,000 with companies refusing to give equal benefits to the same-sex spouses of their employees, the governor Jerry brown just signed the legislation.
The Gender Nondiscrimination Act, named AB 887, has just been passed by the California state Senate.
Two lawmakers will push to pass a law to legalize the gay marriage in Washington the next year.
The Governor of Tennessee doesn't want to stop the discrimination because he thinks it could have a negative impact on the economy.