Star Tribune Minnesota, following a survey, shows that the majority of people living in the state are opposed to a modification of the constitution to ban gay marriage.
California approved a bill, by a vote of 21 against 15, which encourages companies to give equal benefits to the spouses of gay employees.
In Tennesse, a rally was organized following the bill of a legislator, senator Stacey Campfield, wishing to ban educators from teaching children about homosexuality.
The bill repealing the Defense of Marriage Act has just been sent to the Senate.
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.
Alabama Democrat legislator, Patricia Todd, openly lesbian, will push a bill which will expand anti-bullying protections for LGBT youth hoping a vote.
A poll reveals that people of New Hampshire are strongly opposed to a repeal of gay marriage.
Alison Nathan, openly lesbian, choose by President Obama to become a US federal judge in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York , has just been confimed for this position.
Good news! Opponents of SB48, which is the law which allows to teach LGBT history in schools of California, have just admitted that they will not have enough signatures to bring a vote against it!