Topics :: anti-gay public official
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Monday Aug 19, 2013
In an apparent reference to the court’s recent decisions on gay marriage and benefits for same-sex couples, Scalia said it is not the function of the courts to create exceptions outside the Constitution unless a majority of people agree with them.
By Amanda Lee Myers and Andrew Welsh-Huggins | Saturday Feb 9, 2013
The mayor Pomeroy, a village in southeastern Ohio, has resigned over accusations she repeatedly put down a police officer by calling him a "queer."
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Aug 23, 2011
A New York town clerk who refuses to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples despite the state’s new law providing family parity says that people marrying animals might be one consequence of the new law.
By Elliot Spagat | Monday Mar 21, 2011
Chuck Storey ran for county clerk-recorder in a remote, desert corner of southeast California on a pledge to run a lean operation in churning out government documents like property deeds, birth certificates and marriage licenses.
By Tim Martin | Tuesday Nov 9, 2010
An assistant state attorney general accused of harassing the gay student assembly president at the University of Michigan was fired Monday.
By NICOLE WINFIELD | Thursday Nov 4, 2010
remier Silvio Berlusconi dismissed calls Tuesday to resign over his involvement with an underage Moroccan runaway - and even created a new uproar by claiming it was better to love beautiful girls than gays.
Tuesday Oct 26, 2010
The gay student government president at the University of Michigan dropped a request Monday for a personal protection order against an assistant state attorney general who heckled his speeches and criticized him on a blog.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Oct 7, 2010
The openly gay student assembly president of the University of Michigan has endured half a year of online harassment by a state official. He directly addressed the "hurtful" blog that has accused him of being "Satan’s representative" for the first time during an Oct. 6 appearance on Anderson Cooper’s CNN news program AC360.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Oct 4, 2010
After months of online conduct that some see as cyber-stalking and others characterize as a form of anti-gay bullying, an assistant attorney general in Michigan faces disciplinary action.
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