Archive for the ‘Marriage Equality’ Category

I am excited to write that this morning the Supreme Court of the United States announced two landmark decisions for marriage equality! Today marks the day that same-sex couples can once again get married in California and married same-sex couples across the country will have the same protections under federal law that every other married […]

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With marriage equality being part of everyday discussions and debates all over the country, it was inevitable that the U.S. Supreme Court (also know as SCOTUS) would eventually have its say. Earlier this year the Court heard oral arguments for two cases, the decisions of which will change the marriage equality discussion forever. Both of […]

I’ve got two things for you today: a Valentine’s Day hearing at the State House and a heart-warming new marriage equality project. Have a heart for Maine children – attend the hearing on L.D. 1 on Valentine’s Day. Governor Paul LePage has released a set of proposed regulatory roll-backs that would eliminate or dramatically weaken […]

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Dear Friends: If you’re like me, you’re disturbed and disappointed by the passage of Question 1. Everyone put so much on the line. On the lobbying team and in the field ,volunteers and staff were driven, thoughtful, strategic and focused. Thousands of you put your stories, time, and dollars to work. You did everything right. Ultimately, however, this is […]

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Mary Bonauto took to the airwaves on behalf of No on1 in a live debate yesterday. If you didn’t see the 60 minute debate, check it out here. It’s well worth it. In my opinion, the principled position in support of equal rights carried the day. Loving, committed gay and lesbian couples should have the […]

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