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  • DC Marriage Equality Safe

    DC Marriage Equality Safe

    After 1 a.m. this morning, as the Senate considers a slew of Republican amendments — many “poison pills” — to...

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  • Marriage in D.C.

    Marriage in D.C.

    Here are my reports at Metro Weekly from day one of D.C. same-sex weddings. First, the couples: ”There are no spectators here...

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  • The Marrying Kind

    The Marrying Kind

    My story of today’s marriage-license-applying couples, “Historic Day in D.C.,” is up at Metro Weekly: At 6 a.m. this morning, March...

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  • To the Highest Court: Anything to Stop Marriage

    To the Highest Court: Anything to Stop Marriage

    My newest at Metro Weekly covers “Jackson’s Last-Minute Effort” at the Supreme Court: Bishop Harry Jackson, along with others opposed to...

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  • Snow Job

    Snow Job

    My Metro Weekly take on what the snowstorm wrought on LGBT politics in the capital, “Snow Impact“: While most of the...

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  • D.C. Marriage’s Utah Foe

    D.C. Marriage’s Utah Foe

    In Metro Weekly — “Utah Congressman Takes Aim at D.C.” — I take a look at U.S. Rep. Josh Chaffetz’s...

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  • D.C. Court Upholds District’s View: Marriage Initiative Prohibited

    D.C. Court Upholds District’s View: Marriage Initiative Prohibited

    My post at Metro Weekly, “Judge Sides With City: Superior Court rules against Stand4Marriage initiative effort,” covers today’s decision. D.C. Superior...

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  • An Eye on D.C. Marriage

    An Eye on D.C. Marriage

    At Metro Weekly, I look today at the steps remaining before marriage equality comes to Washington, D.C., in “Marriage Nears...

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  • D.C.’s Long Engagement

    D.C.’s Long Engagement

    In the lead news article for the end-of-the-year issue of Metro Weekly, I take a look in “A Long Road...

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  • Ride-Along, Over?

    Ride-Along, Over?

    The ever-present riders to the congressional budget limiting the District in implementation of some policies might, well, not.  The removal...

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