Marriage/Partner Recognition

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The anti-gay religious right has targeted historically progressive Massachusetts, the only state where same-sex couples can legally marry.

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Marriage/Partner Recognition

Marriage/Partner Recognition

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) families deserve the same respect, recognition and protection as all other families. Family recognition and the many rights and protections it provides is essential to the well-being of our families.

Internal enemy: Gays as the domestic al-Qaeda

This report details the Family Research Council’s 2006 Values Voter Summit.


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