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Same-Sex Marriage

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  • Where's the state leadership on same-sex marriage?

      September 22, 2010 is a day Charlie Crist describes as one of his proudest moments as an elected official. September 22, 2014 may well be one of Gov. Rick Scott’s most shameful. Four years ago this month, an appeals court declared Florida’...
  • Transgender travel study shows there's work to be done

    Transgender travel study shows there's work to be done
    Broward County's tourism bureau has been marketing to the LGBT community since 1996, but results of a survey released Monday show extra effort is needed to attract more transgender travelers. In August, some 700 members of the transgender community...
  • Chicago hosting right-to-die event

     Chicago hosting right-to-die event
    Changes in the law regarding same-sex marriage, medical marijuana and other once-polarizing issues have encouraged advocates who hope the country is ready to address another taboo: giving terminally ill people a say in how they die. They say the right...
  • Crist says he would seek Orlando-Tampa rail funding again

    Crist says he would seek Orlando-Tampa rail funding again
    Federal funding for high-speed rail between Orlando and Tampa is still possible, Democratic candidate for governor Charlie Crist said Tuesday. “I know we need it. I drive on I-4 every week,” Crist said in an interview with the Orlando...
  • Culture Wars in Connecticut? Dems Revive Social Issues

    Culture Wars in Connecticut? Dems Revive Social Issues
    Jonathan Martin of The New York Times provides a fascinating look at how Democrats across the nation are banking on cultural issues to give them an edge in close elections, particularly among women and moderate voters. Connecticut Democrats certainly...
  • Report: Chicago is top destination for closeted gay men

    Report: Chicago is top destination for closeted gay men
    Chicago always ends up on top ... at least according to this super scientific report issued by MissTravel.com, which claims Chicago is the top destination for closeted gay men. The travel dating website that fixes up "generous" travelers with a travel...
  • 'Love is Strange' inspires with gentleness, empathy

    Ben and George have been together 39 years, sharing a cozy New York apartment stocked with mementos, books, music, art some of it by Ben, a painter. From the opening scene of Ira Sachs' illuminating "Love Is Strange" a rise-and-shine, get the day going...
  • Democrats attack Bondi over gay-marriage fight

    Democrats attack Bondi over gay-marriage fight
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi has used her first term in office to go on the offensive against synthetic drugs, prescription-pill mills and human trafficking. But all summer, she has been playing defense on another topic: her...
  • Orange County expands domestic partner registry for gay couples

    Orange County expands domestic partner registry for gay couples
    Gay couples in Orange County will now find it easier to sign up for the county's domestic-partner registry. Previously, the affidavits needed for county residents to join the registry could be turned in only at the comptroller's office in the County...
  • If not for TMZ, Ray Rice would be a Raven today

    If not for TMZ, Ray Rice would be a Raven today
    If not for TMZ, Ray Rice would still be a Raven today and back in the National Football League, having served his joke of a two-game suspension from commissioner Roger Goodell. The assault on his then-fiancee in an elevator at a New Jersey casino...
  • Thinkin' and Linkin'

    Thinkin' and Linkin'
    A friend and once-faithful Change of Subject reader told me over the weekend that he's become a less faithful reader -- that since the Tribune website redesign,  this blog hasn't retained the charm it once had. My plea was guilty as charged. But with an...