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Why Marriage in Mexico City Matters

This morning, en route to work, I told my mother I was getting married and asked her if she’d travel to Mexico City and join me as we exchanged vows. “Yes! When do we leave?” she responded.

LGBT Youth Take Action in State Capital

Approximately 100 youth from throughout California gathered in Sacramento to meet with members of the state Legislature to talk about LGBT issues, including access to mental health services, hate crimes protections, and educational opportunities.

Who I’m Voting for Next Week

Much is at stake next Tuesday when voters will be casting in their ballots and deciding the future direction of our state and nation. In Arizona, and throughout the U.S., many politicians are working hard to take away basic rights from vulnerable minority groups.

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Why Marriage in Mexico City Matters

This morning, en route to work, I told my mother I was getting married and asked her if she’d travel to Mexico City and join me as we exchanged vows. “Yes! When do we leave?” she responded.

LGBT Youth Take Action in State Capital

Approximately 100 youth from throughout California gathered in Sacramento to meet with members of the state Legislature to talk about LGBT issues, including access to mental health services, hate crimes protections, and educational opportunities.

Who I’m Voting for Next Week

Much is at stake next Tuesday when voters will be casting in their ballots and deciding the future direction of our state and nation. In Arizona, and throughout the U.S., many politicians are working hard to take away basic rights from vulnerable minority groups.