Sarah Silverman Is Embarassed By Same-Sex Marriage Laws

Another reason I love her.

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Won’t you join me? We’re taking our fight for equality to Washington, DC!

I will be there, and I hope all of you will as we invade Washington, DC and demand equality!  Put this in Outlook and sync to your smart phones, email it, text it, tell everyone about it, and certainly tweet it!

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U.S. Census Will Count Married Gay Couples

**the U.S. Just wants the median income to be higher and since us gays are typically smarter and make more money (j/k but kinda true)**

Associated Press
Sunday Jun 21, 2009

Married same-sex couples will be counted as such in 2010, Census Bureau officials said, reversing a decision of the Bush administration.

Steve Jost, a spokesman for the Census Bureau, said same-sex couples would be counted, “and they ought to report the way they see themselves,” adding, “In the normal process of reports coming out after the census of 2010, I think the country will have a good data set on which to discuss this phenomenon that is evolving in this country.”

Same-sex couples could not be married in the United States during the last decennial count. But last year, after two states had approved same-sex marriages, the bureau said those legal marriages would go uncounted because the federal Defense of Marriage Act prevented the government from recognizing them.

Since President Obama took office, his administration has been under pressure from gay rights advocates to take a fresh look at the issue.

The White House announced Friday that its interpretation of the act did not prohibit gathering the information.

Gov. Paterson to introduce marriage equality legislation in New York.

ALBANY _ Gov. David Paterson said Wednesday he plans to re-introduce legislation to make same-sex marriages legal in New York.  Read Full Story.



D.C. Council Votes To Recognize Gay Nuptials Elsewhere

Decision Comes as Vermont Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage

The D.C. Council unanimously voted yesterday to recognize gay marriages performed elsewhere, joining a growing number of states to loosen restrictions on the unions. READ FULL ARTICLE.

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