Oct 03, 2015

Clinton promotes gay rights as a main pillar of 2016 bid - SFGate

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton on Saturday delivered the strongest statement of support for gay rights in the 2016 presidential race when she promised that ending discrimination against gay, lesbian and transgender people would be a central pillar of her administration. The statement marked a remarkable evolution for Clinton, who opposed same-sex marriage for more than two decades in...

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