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Comedian and actor Eddie Izzard to run for Mayor of London

British comedian and actor Eddie Izzard has revealed to The Sun that he wants to be the next London Mayor ...

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Pallone, Polis Lead 110 House Members in Sending Letter Calling for Executive Order Protecting LGBT Workers from Workplace Discrimination

Press Release – WASHINGTON, D.C.—Congressmen Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) and Jared Polis (CO-02) led 110 Members of Congress in sending a letter ...

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Obama Cannot Imagine A State’s Gay Marriage Ban Being Constitutional

In an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, President Obama said he ‘Couldn’t Imagine Circumstances’ in Which a State Ban on ...

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Analysis from Freedom to Marry and Third Way Shows Pro-Marriage Legislators Win Elections

Freedom to Marry Press Release Washington, DC 3/5/2013 – Freedom to Marry and Third Way released a memo today showing that state ...

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President Calls for Equal Benefits for All Service Members‏

President Calls for Equal Treatment of Gay & Lesbian Service Members in State of the Union OutServe-SLDN Press Release – ...

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Barack Obama sworn-in as the President of the U.S. for the second time

U.S. President Barack Obama is inaugurated in a ceremony attended by nearly a million people who gathered on the National ...

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Statement by the President Barack Obama on the Observance of World AIDS Day

The White House Office of the Press Secretary This Saturday, December 1st, on World AIDS Day, we will come together ...

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HRC Celebrates Election of Kyrsten Sinema to U.S. House

First Openly-Bisexual Member of Congress Will Join Largest-Ever Class of LGB Federal Lawmakers HRC Press Release – Washington –11/12/12 – Today, ...

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OutServe-SLDN Reacts to Presidential Race Outcome

OutServe-SLDN on Obama Victory: “Now is the time to step on the gas” (WASHINGTON, DC) Nov. 06 2012 – Tonight, ...

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Landslide Victory for LGBT Equality Up and Down the Ballot

From marriage campaigns to reelecting President Obama and other priorities, LGBT Americans were the big winners on election night HRC ...

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