Jun 28, 2015

After marriage, LGBT activists prepare for next challenge - San Francisco Chronicle

Mark Leno, the first openly gay man to serve in the California state Senate, has been on the front lines of the legislative battle for same-sex marriage, a quest that has galvanized a generation of LGBT activists, fueled protests, boosted fundraising, and reshaped grassroots politics in dozens of states. [...] after Friday’s Supreme Court decision striking down bans on same-sex marriage, the...

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