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As reported by the Washington Post, the U.S. Senate today, by a vote of 56-38, confirmed Patricia Millett to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. READ MORE
Ministers are allowed to exclude the portion of their compensation designated as a housing allowance from their taxable income. Quite a few people question the constitutionality of this provision and it looks like it may be finally put to the test. READ MORE
PORTLAND, Maine — Gay rights advocates gathered in Portland on Wednesday to point out that there is “nothing falling from the sky” in the year since Mainers legalized same-sex marriage, and to rally opposition to a proposed state law they say could undermine years of anti-discrimination work.... READ MORE
Hawaii overtook Illinois yesterday as the latest American state to legalize same-sex marriage (raising the total to nearly 1 in 3 states). But more unexpectedly, given that Hawaii was one of the first states where the issue surfaced, a Hawaii state representative has caused waves for becoming the first openly gay lawmaker to vote against a state's same-sex marriage bill. READ MORE