LGBT

11:58am

Thu June 27, 2013
The Two-Way

Joyous 'Bedlam' Expected When San Francisco Gay Marriages Resume

Bernice Frucht, 80, found what proved to be the ideal retirement job through a want ad. In 20 years, she's conducted something like 7,500 weddings.
Alan Greenblatt NPR

Bernice Frucht performed San Francisco's last same-sex marriage in 2008. She finished just under the wire.

As she's done for the past 20 years, Bernice was conducting weddings at City Hall as a volunteer deputy marriage commissioner at the time. Officials there were awaiting instructions following passage of Proposition 8, which outlawed same-sex marriage in California.

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2:36am

Thu June 27, 2013
Law

Reaction To Gay-Marriage Rulings Run The Gamut

Originally published on Fri June 28, 2013 8:43 am

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3:50pm

Wed June 26, 2013
Politics

Colorado’s LGBT Community Celebrates Supreme Court Rulings, Discusses Impact

The Supreme Court of the United States
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12:33pm

Wed June 26, 2013
The Two-Way

Justice Kennedy At Center Of Gay Rights Decisions For A Decade

Originally published on Wed June 26, 2013 2:06 pm

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has now written two landmark gay rights decisions.
Damian Dovarganes AP

12:00pm

Wed June 26, 2013

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