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  • California “Harvey Milk Day” proclamation gets history wrong

    California Gov. Jerry Brown issued a proclamation yesterday marking May 22nd as "Harvey Milk Day," praising the slain civil rights…

  • Tammy Baldwin “very likely” to run for Senate

    Sources close to Rep. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., have told the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund she is very likely to…

  • The 50 most influential gay and lesbian Americans

    The four openly gay and lesbian members of Congress, as well as Houston Mayor Annise Parker and New York…

  • Hawaii gains third openly LGBT elected official

    Kipukai Kualii, an openly gay man, has been appointed to fill a vacancy on the Kauai County Council, Gay…

  • Tea party-backed candidates stumble on social issues

    New York gubernatorial hopeful Carl Paladino's anti-gay comments last weekend represented the sort of off-message moments feared by tea…

  • BREAKING: California marriages on hold until appeal decided

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has just issued its own stay of a lower court…

  • Prop 8 analysis finds scare ads worked

    A last-minute barrage of television ads designed to frighten the parents of school-aged children probably swayed half a million…

  • NJ Supreme Court refuses marriage case

    Same-sex couples suing over New Jersey's Civil Union Act will have to start over in the lower courts, according…

  • Out candidate wins Detroit Free Press endorsement

    The Detroit Free Press has endorsed Dave Coulter in his race for the Michigan State Senate.  If he wins,…

  • Two African-American lesbians advance in Georgia race

    No candidate got more than 50 percent of the vote in last night's Democratic primary for a seat on…

  • 78 percent of Californians support gay partnership rights

    A new Field Poll finds a slim majority of California voters support marriage rights for same-sex couples, and nearly…

  • Georgia candidate gets cranky over LGBT questions

    Georgia gubernatorial candidate Karen Handel grew tired of a reporter's persistent questioning on LGBT issues in a one-on-one interview…

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