DC government asks judge to dismiss suit by gay-marriage opponents seeking ballot initiative

DC asks judge to dismiss gay marriage lawsuit

Lawmakers legalize gay marriage in Mexico City, first capital in Latin American to do so

Mexico City 1st in region to approve gay marriage

Death did them part in a hurry: Dying Ky. groom expires hours after wedding; his daughters sue

Family contesting deathbed marriage of Ky. man

SC first lady announces she’s filing for divorce from gov who called mistress his soul mate

SC first lady files for divorce from cheating gov

SF Bay area school board votes to replace gay-friendly curriculum, address other biases

SF Bay schools phase out gay-friendly curriculum

Bay Area school board votes to replace gay-friendly curriculum, address more kinds of bias

Bay schools phase out gay-friendly curriculum

Maine reporter says he was wrongly fired over e-mail calling gay marriage supporters hateful

Maine reporter fights firing for gay marriage note

Despite adoption setback, Elton John and David Furnish plan to support Ukrainian boy

Elton will support Ukrainian boy he can’t adopt

ON THE BOOKSHELF: ‘Julie & Julia’ author Julie Powell is back with a meaty book on butchering

‘Julie & Julia’ author returns with a meaty course

Another California gay rights group opts out of trying to overturn marriage ban in 2010

Odds look slim for 2010 Calif. gay marriage vote

Argentine judge overturns decision to allow Latin America’s first gay marriage

Argentine judge suspends region’s 1st gay marriage

In liberal NY and NJ, push for gay marriage legislation loses some momentum after elections

Gay marriage momentum stalls in liberal NY, NJ

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip mark 62 years of marriage _ quietly

Queen, Prince Philip mark 62 years of marriage

Same-sex couples say ‘no legitimate’ reason for excluding them from feds marriage definition

Gay couples blast federal Defense of Marriage Act

DC board says ‘no’ to putting gay marriage ban on ballot, citing human rights law

DC board won’t allow gay marriage ban on ballot

DC board says ‘no’ to putting gay marriage measure on ballot, citing human rights law

DC board rejects gay marriage ballot effort

Buenos Aires marriage license is a first for same-sex couples in Latin America

Buenos Aires grants first marriage license to gays

Film seeks to document Mormon church role in California gay marriage fight

Film documents Mormon role in gay marriage debate

Staunchly anti-gay marriage RI gov says he’s willing to consider domestic partnership law

RI gov opens door to domestic partnerships

DC council defiant of Catholic Church’s pressure to be exempt from gay marriage proposal

Lawmakers defy church pressure on DC gay marriage

Russian military officer accused of throwing twin daughters of common-law wife out of window

Russian accused of throwing twins from window

Rep. Patrick Kennedy clashes with RI bishop at intersection of abortion, health care

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Salt Lake City approves gay rights measures after historic Mormon backing

Salt Lake OKs gay rights laws with Mormon backing

Mormon church backs Salt Lake City’s proposed anti-discrimination ordinances to protect gays

Mormon church backs anti-discrimination proposals

NY Senate fails to put same-sex marriage to a vote, Paterson pushes the issue to next week

NY Senate fails to put gay marriage to vote

NY governor pushes for new special sessions next week to consider same-sex marriage bill

NY governor pushes for gay marriage vote next week

Correction: Gay Marriage-Playbook story

Correction: Gay Marriage-Playbook story

SAN FRANCISCO — In a Nov. 6 story about the tactics of gay marriage opponents, The Associated Press reported erroneously that gay marriage foes had won 31 consecutive statewide ballot measures against the issue. While 31 states have indeed voted down gay marriage, it was not an unbroken string of defeats. Arizona voters in 2006 rejected a proposal to ban same-sex marriage. They reversed course and adopted a ban two years later.

AMA opposes ‘don’t ask, don’t tell;’ says gay marriage bans contribute to health disparities


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