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VT HOUSE S.115 As Enacted: Read the new law!

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November 2008

November 17, 2008

Vermonters urge the state to reclaim its leadership on GLBT civil rights.

Rally8 Rain did not deter Vermonters this past Saturday. Folks from around the state joined together in Burlington to demonstrate against the passing of Proposition 8 in California and to call on Vermont to reclaim its leadership role on this important civil rights issue.

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November 13, 2008

It's Time for Vermont to Reclaim Its Leadship Role - Demonstration 11/15 1:30pm

We've heard from several people around the state who want to take part in the Join the Impact national day of protests about Proposition 8.  In truth, we've been wringing hands about this. Given where we are in the marriage movement in Vermont, protests aren't exactly going to advance our efforts, but people are calling on Vermont to Reclaim its Leadership Role -- It's time!

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We're not protesting...we're organizing!!

After the outrageous and hurtful vote in California that took away marriage rights from same-sex couples, it's time for Vermont to reclaim its leadership role on this important civil rights issue.

The sprint to win marriage equality in Vermont has begun.  Together, we can win in 2009 - but we must organize!

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November 11, 2008

Bittersweet - Moving Forward in Vermont.

This Election Day was bittersweet for many Americans. On one hand, we made history by electing Barack Obama, the first African-American president, who promises to change the negative direction of our country by uniting Americans and reaching out to our allied countries. On the other hand, it seems that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans were left behind.

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