Maybe a good news for Jamaica, its new Prime Minister could reconsider anti-gay laws.
In Lithuania, a poll shows what the population thinks of civil unions and the results is more than negative for us.
Still in New Jersey, next Tuesday, on January 24th at 11AM, Senate Judiciary Committee will hear arguments on marriage equality at the State House, 125 West State Street, Trenton and Garden State Equality (GSE) seeks civil union couples, LGBT youth and parents.
A judge in New Jersey has just decided that Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association, a Methodist-affiliated association, violated state laws while refusing a lesbian couple to use its boardwalk pavilion for their civil union ceremony in 2007.
In Anoka-Hennepin School District, conservative Christian parents ask teachers to teach about the "ex-homosexual" movement and "gay-related immune deficiency". They would like the policy prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity is not applied thinking it would open the schools to pro-homosexual teaching, so they want discriminations towards LGBTs continue.
A new Republican senator has decided to support gay marriage in Washington. Senator Cheryl Pflug joins Senator Steve Litzow.
Congratulations to Susan Allen who obtained a seat in the Minnesota State House and became the first lesbian Native American elected in a state legislature.
A new bill to pass gay marriage will be launched in New Jersey.
The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Michigan decided to file a lawsuit to fight against a discriminatory new law which prohibits a lot of public entities to provide health care insurance to their employees' domestic partners.
Soon, we will know if the law allowing gay marriage in New Hampshire will be or not repealed. Don't worry too much, it could be a happy ending.