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Portland day laborer group loses $75,000 grant from a Catholic charity because of ties to a pro marriage-equality Latino organization.
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Indisputably, change is a constant force that ceaselessly shapes us as a society: Change makes the tides rise and the leaves turn color; Change brings life into the world and it takes life away. It freed the slaves in our country and gave women the right to vote. And, pretty soon, change will bring marriage equality to all couples.
The National Organization for Marriage, the once-powerful anti-LGBT group who has not had a victory since early 2012, has mostly been in the headlines because of its attempts to withhold donor information from courts.
The Oregon Family Council announced they would not be moving forward with IP 52—the measure that would allow businesses and corporations to turn gay and lesbian couples away for goods and services.
Oregon United Against Discrimination released the first ad in the campaign to defeat the proposed discrimination measure. The ad to features Kathleen Saadat, a renowned advocate for civil rights and for equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Oregonians.
A federal judge has overturned Oregon's ban on marriage equality, calling it unconstitutional.
Jessica Dutro was sentenced to life in prison for the 2013 murder of her 4 year old son Zachary because she thought he might be gay.
Jessica Dutro, who was charged with fatally beating her young son days before his 4th birthday, has been convicted of murder, murder by abuse and second-degree assault. The verdict was unanimous.
36 employers in Oregon filed a legal brief with the US District Court earlier this week urging the court to end the state's ban on marriage equality. Nike, Northwest Natural, Columbia Sportswear, Standard Insurance Company, and PGE are among those, all based in Oregon, who filed the amicus brief.