Policy Round Up: Marriage Equality

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This week the Supreme Court heard arguments in cases related to marriage equality. The two cases separately examine Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)— laws that prevent the LGBT community from freely marrying. As this topic gained national attention this week experts offer their opinion on whether or not everyone should have […]

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On Gay Marriage and Gay Friends

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Did you know that the growth of support for same-sex marriage over the past ten years represents one the largest changes in public opinion on any policy issue over this time period? Back in 2003 more than half (58%) of Americans opposed gay marriage, whereas today less than half (44%) oppose it.

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How Marriage Equality Impacts Social Security

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Pivot Point with Maya Rockeymoore Segment from March 24, 2013 – “The Progressive Caucus, Marriage Equality & Social Security, WaPo Goes Wall St, and The One & Only RJ Eskow” Featuring: Webster Phillips, Senior Policy Analyst at the National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare Ernie Powell, National Grassroots Director at the National Committee […]

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The Progressive Caucus, Marriage Equality & Social Security, WaPo Goes Wall St, and The One & Only Richard Eskow

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Pivot Point with Maya Rockeymoore Segment from March 24, 2013 – “The Progressive Caucus, Marriage Equality & Social Security, WaPo Goes Wall St, and The One & Only RJ Eskow” Featuring: Annie Weinberg, Associate Director of Congressional Progressive Congress Cole Stangler, Washington Correspondent for In These Times Zachary Pleat, Senior Researcher at Media Matters For […]

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