Sunday, June 30, 2013

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Supreme Court Denies Prop 8 Supporter's Request To Halt Marriages In California

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on Sunday denied a request by supporters of Proposition 8 to halt the weddings of gay and lesbian couples taking place in California.
Attorneys filed the emergency motion on Saturday after the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday lifted a stay on a lower court's ruling declaring Proposition 8 unconstitutional. The appeals court acted two days after the Supreme Court ruled that interveners in the case did not have legal standing to defend the law. Within hours of removing the hold, the two couples who had in 2009 filed the case were married.
“Failing to correct the appellate court's actions threatens to undermine the public's confidence in its legal system,” lawyers for, the sponsors of Proposition 8, said in their filing.
Lawyers argued that marriages should not have been allowed to resume because the high court had yet to issue its “final disposition” in the case. A case is finalized 25 days after it is rendered to allow time for an appeal.
According to ABC News, Justice Kennedy has jurisdiction over the Ninth Circuit and the authority to act alone in such matters.

Friday, June 28, 2013

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HRC's Chad Griffin: Rulings Will Bring Gay Marriage To All States Within 5 Years

Chad Griffin, president of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest LGBT advocate, on Thursday pledged to “bring marriage equality to all 50 states” within five years.
Speaking at the Utah Pride Center in Salt Lake City the day after the Supreme Court released two historic rulings related to gay marriage, Griffin said that the cases created the foundation to remove dozens of state marriage bans.
The high court decisions mean that California will become the 13th state, plus the District of Columbia, to allow gay nuptials, and that the federal government must recognize those unions.
Griffin, who previously led the American Foundation for Equal Rights (AFER), the group formed specifically to challenge Proposition 8, California's marriage ban, said that he traveled to Utah because “we can't tolerate the persistence of two Americas when it comes to equality.”
“In the other America, in the 37 states without marriage equality, like my home state of Arkansas, or right here in Utah, even the most basic statewide legal protections are nonexistent. Within five years, we will bring marriage equality to all 50 of our states, yes, right here in the state of Utah,” Griffin said.
Griffin was joined at the press conference by officials from the Utah Pride Center, the ACLU of Utah, Equality Utah and openly gay philanthropist Bruce Bastian.

Today In Gay History

Today marks the 44th anniversary of the historic Stonewall Inn Riots in the heart of Greenwich Village in New York City.
The birthplace of the gay rights movement, The Stonewall has been the preferred location for celebration (or commiseration) anytime something significant happens regarding LGBT rights and this once again proved to be true this past week as thousands packed the street in front of the legendary bar to celebrate marriage equality.
Here's to the queers, misfits, trans people, drag queens, homeless LGBT youth and everyone else present who led the fight starting in the early morning hours on June 28, 1969. They are the reason we have Pride in the first place and our community and our country couldn't have made its historic leaps without you.

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Thursday, June 27, 2013

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