Many news were released these last days. Here thus a summary of each one of them for the United States. Another summary will be also published for Asia, Africa and Oceania as well as for Europe on tomorrow.
Let's begin this summary with the great news from Michigan where, after several months of waiting, a federal judge repeal the marriage equality ban!
A bill to allow religious organizations to refuse adoptions or foster care services by gay and lesbian couples was not voted by the Illinois senate.
A new analysis shows the legalization of marriage equality in Minnesota would add $42 million to the economy of the state and $3 million in tax revenue during the first three years.
Illinois tourism website launched a section devoted to the LGBT community.
The strategy is set up in Illinois to legalize marriage equality.
Finally, here "apologies" of the Cardinal Francis George who had recently compared participants of the Gay Pride of Chicago to members of the Ku Klux Klan.
President Obama nominated Staci Michelle Yandle as Federal Judge for the Southern District of Illinois making her the first African-American lesbian to be nominated for such a position.