same-sex marriage

Same-sex marriage
4:10 pm
Wed May 9, 2012

Same-sex marriage foes look for boost from Obama stance

President Barack Obama is seen on a monitor in the White House briefing room in Washington, Wednesday, May 9, 2012. President Barack Obama told an ABC interviewer that he supports gay marriage.
The Associated Press

OLYMPIA, Wash – Northwest gay rights supporters are cheering President Obama’s comments that he thinks same sex couples should be able to marry. But organizers of a petition drive to repeal Washington’s new marriage equality law hope to capitalize on the President’s new stance.

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Same-sex marriage
4:12 pm
Wed April 11, 2012

Same-sex marriage foes take Starbucks attacks abroad

Starbucks says it will treat customers with respect regardless of their position on the issue.
The Associated Press

A group that opposes same-sex marriage is taking its boycott of Starbucks to the other side of the world.

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Same-sex marriage
11:30 am
Thu April 5, 2012

Same-sex marriage defenders deliver 'thank you' to Starbucks

The SomeOfUs.org card in front of Starbucks headquarters in Seattle.
SomeOfUs.org

A coalition of supporters for same-sex marriage delivered a giant “thank-you” card to Starbucks headquarters in Seattle yesterday with more than 650,000 signatures.

The group said dozens of supporters were on hand to deliver the card to representatives of Starbucks.

James Olson, Starbucks’ VP of Global Corporate Communications, greeted the group and received the card and said, as confirmed by Starbucks:

"We are long-standing supporters of a culture of diversity, and inclusion and equality for everybody, and I'll share this with our fellow leaders and partners (employees). Thank you very much."

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Guest post from Crosscut
11:12 am
Wed March 14, 2012

Judge: Same-sex law did not 'redefine' marriage; referendum can't use the word

Same-sex marriage foes can now hit the streets with their referendum.
The Associated Press

By John Stang for Crosscut

Without a high school grammar teacher as a support staffer, Thurston County Superior Court Judge Thomas McPhee refereed contentious arguments and ruled Tuesday on the language for a proposed ballot on Washington's fledgling same-sex marriage law.

He tossed out the word favored by same-sex marriage foes: "Redefined."

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