Archive for December 2011
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A newly-married New York City gay couple were surprised when they opened the mail over the weekend to discover a card from the president, congratulating them on their recent nuptuals. OutQ’s Tim Curran reports.
U-S Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren outlined the specifics of her commitment to LGBT rights in blog post Thursday. The statement came in response to earlier criticism that her views on gay rights were not easy to find in the public record.
A new report from an LGBT think tank has found that the nation’s leading gay rights groups have financially stabilized following the recent economic downturn. But the data also shows that the number of individual donors and their contributions have significantly decreased over the past year.