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Same-sex couple challenging Prop 8 files for divorce

One of the same-sex couples who challenged California’s Prop 8 in court filed for divorce late last month, only weeks before a federal court ruled the ballot-approved law unconstitutional. Robin Tyler filed for divorce from Diane Olson on January 25.

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Maine same-sex marriage activists seek voter support

Supporters of same-sex “marriage”, led by the group Equality Maine in Portland, plan to announce next week whether they will submit signatures needed to place a question on the Pine Tree State ballot this November. Betsy Smith, executive director of

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APA officially endorses same-sex marriage

The American Psychological Association (APA) placed itself squarely into the debate over same-sex “marriage” late last week, reports CitizenLink. The governing body of the APA’s 154,000 members voted 157-0 on a resolution in support of redefining marriage. Since 2004, it

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Despite rejection, gay activists to try again in Maine

Not even two years ago, in November 2009, voters in Maine went to the polls and rejected same-sex “marriage,” something thrust upon them by a legislature and governor that didn’t listen to them. Fifty-three percent of voters endorsed natural marriage,

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SSM officially dead in Rhode Island

Even with an openly homosexual House Speaker and sympathetic governor, the people of Rhode Island were able to put the brakes on the push to legalize same-sex “marriage” in the Ocean State. Last week, Speaker Gordon Fox (D-Providence) admitted that

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RI unions jump headfirst into SSM fight

For the first time ever, according to the Providence Journal, the Rhode Island AFL-CIO executive board has voted to endorse legislation that would legalize same-sex “marriage” in the Ocean State. In talking about the decision, RI AFL-CIO President George Nee

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DOMA remains on state, national radar

President Obama was probably hoping that his decision to abandon the defense of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) would be a blip in the news cycle and conversations would quickly shift back to Libya, Wisconsin and the economy. But

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