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On Sunday night, Ohio Gov. John Kasich signed into law the state’s new $62 billion budget that includes as amendments some of the most prohibitive abortion measures in the country.

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An Illinois GOP official wrote a vicious attack on a biracial congressional candidate, saying that she would soon be working at a law firm that needs to meet its "quota for minority hires."

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As the nation awaits Supreme Court rulings in two landmark #marriageequality  cases, the women at the center discuss their fight for gay rights in an MSNBC Google+ Hangout On Air. Watch here.

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The first-ever Pew Research Center survey of LGBT Americans found an overwhelming share believe society has become more welcoming to them in the past decade, and that they expect that acceptance to swell in the years ahead.

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The Southern Baptists, the nation’s largest Protestant denomination, on Wednesday passed a resolution condemning the Boy Scouts of America’s new policy of inclusion for openly gay youth.

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As the U.S. grapples with how to intervene in a distant conflict that has claimed the lives of more than 70,000 Syrians, an art installation in the heart of the nation’s capital brings home the realities of mass atrocities and genocide.

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The court martial for Pfc. Bradley Manning, the former Army intelligence analyst on trial for the most extensive leak of information in U.S. history, began in Maryland Monday—nearly three years to the day after his arrest prompted the government’s aggressive stance, and subsequent debate, on safeguarding classified information.

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ExxonMobil shareholders on Wednesday voted for the 14th year in a row to reject a resolution that would add nondiscrimination protections for LGBT employees to the company’s equal employment opportunity (EEO) policy.

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New Jersey state senator and former Governor Richard Codey reiterated his call for Rutgers President Robert Barchi to step down on Tuesday, amid mounting criticism over allegations that incoming Athletic Director Julie Hermann has a history of professional abuse.

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The new policy, which passed with more than 60% of the vote, ends the Boy Scouts’ policy of discrimination against gay youths, but the organization still excludes openly gay adults from participation.
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