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After not passing the marriage equality, the lawmakers of Rhode Island could present a bill to allow civil unions.

Monday, 02 May 2011 21:37

A Rally Against 'Don't Say Gay' Bill

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In Tennesse, a rally was organized following the bill of a legislator, senator Stacey Campfield, wishing to ban educators from teaching children about homosexuality.

Friday, 11 November 2011 18:34

The Bill To Repeal DOMA Advanced In Senate

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The bill repealing the Defense of Marriage Act has just been sent to the Senate.

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Hawaii is still advancing more and more LGBT rights, the Hawaii House voted a project of law which would protect from discriminations during employment based on the gender identity.

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A bipartisan group of New Hampshire residents, business owners and civic leaders of New Hampshire decides to launch a campaign to stop lawmakers who want to repeal equality marriage.

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Alabama Democrat legislator, Patricia Todd, openly lesbian, will push a bill which will expand anti-bullying protections for LGBT youth hoping a vote.

Friday, 09 September 2011 17:46

Same-Sex Workers Will Keep Benefits In Arizona

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Arizona will continue to provide benefits to partner of the same-sex workers such as decided the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco.

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 00:36

No Gay Marriage Ban Will Pass In Iowa

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Michael Gronstal, leader of the Iowa Senate's majority, said that he will block any effort to refer to voters a gay marriage ban.

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One day after the governor Jerry Brown signed the law allowing the teaching of the LGBT history in the schools of California, a group of opponents launched an effort to overturn the law.

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The Republican senators who voted for the gay marriage in New York and who help to pass it were rewarded by generous contributions to their campaigns.

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