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There is also growing support among adherents of every religion included in the report.
Support for gay marriage has surged in the United States in the decade since it first became legal in Massachusetts, with just over half of Americans now supporting the idea, according to a survey released on Wednesday. The survey on attitudes
02/25/2014 09:38:46 AM PST "Discrimination," he said, "is horrible...You would think that statement, delivered recently in the Kansas legislature, a noble sentiment no right-thinking person could argue with.
In ads that ran Friday night during the Opening Ceremonies of the Olympics, all-American car manufacturer Chevrolet spotlighted a melange of diverse, real-life families that included gay couples, interracial couples, and couples that were both same-
Wis. ,Nike recently started a political action committee (PAC) to support gay marriage in Oregon. According to Life Decisions International they also support the nation's largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood. The Portland Business Journal is
The board voted Thursday in Chicago to urge the Illinois House to adopt the "Religious Freedom and Marriage Fairness Act." The adopted resolution states the AFL-CIO joins faith communities, civil rights organizations, President Barack Obama and its
South Carolinas two announced candidates for governor in 2014 both think marriage is between a man and a woman, beliefs unaltered by a federal lawsuit filed by a gay couple challenging the states constitutional ban on gay marriage. I stand
Gay adoption is an idea he now supports, although the former GOP VP candidate still opposes gay marriage. His change of heart is another indication that the political ground on gay rights is shifting rapidly in the US. On Monday, former GOP VP
Political Reporter @natashakorecki April 29, 2013 7:06PM The Rev...File Photo Article Extras Updated: April 29, 2013 9:27PM Black clergy from Chicago and the south suburbs on Monday began another round of robo-calls narrated by the Rev. James Meeks
April 26, 2013 When the Rhode Island State Senate tallied up the votes against a same-sex marriage bill passed there on Wednesday, something was missing: Republicans. All five of the chamber's Republican lawmakers had voted for the bill, stunning