Tag Archives: Equality California

Speed Read: Oregon makes 18

A federal judge's ruling struck down Oregon's ban on same-sex marriage Monday. A federal judge in Utah has ordered the state to recognize an estimated 1,300 marriages by same-sex couples there. And there's an interesting race heating up for the

Speed Read: Friday 18 October 2013

Oregon will recognize marriage licenses of same-sex couples married in other states. New Jersey Supreme Court could announce today whether it will stop marriages from happening Monday. MSNBC host explains why he's heading to Russia for a gig. California Attorney

Finances at ‘turning point’ for groups

How well the LGBT groups are doing financially may well depend on whether one sees a glass as “half empty” or “half full,” but a new report, released Tuesday (December 6) by an independent think tank, certainly provides some facts

Another California ballot battle brewing

There is another anti-gay ballot measure brewing in California--this one, for 2012, seeks to repeal a recently passed state law that requires social studies curricula in California public schools to include information about the contributions of LGBT people.

Prop 8 loss: The parents weren’t all right

Proposition 8 passed in November 2008 because parents with kids living at home were scared and the LGBT community did nothing to assuage that fear.

Pelosi: DADT and ENDA votes this year

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reassured representatives of several LGBT organizations this week that the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) and a measure to repeal Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT) will get votes this year.

Keen News Service Podcast, 4/30/2010

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No on 8 groups relent; turn over documents

No on 8 groups turned over CDs of "highly confidential" material to attorneys for the Yes on 8 coalition this week, ending a months-long effort to fight a court order to do so.

Contempt order looms in Prop 8 trial

U.S. District Court Judge Vaughn Walker issued a warning on Sunday afternoon to Equality California and the ACLU, giving them 48 hours to turn over documents sought by the proponents of Proposition 8. If the groups fail to comply, they

Keen News Service Podcast, 4/25/2010

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