National Roundup (Windy City Times, December 31, 2008)

Withers: Barnicle Has a Tough Time with Numbers (365Gay Blog, December 24, 2008)

…A Decree Went Out From Larry Kramer, That a Census Should Be Made of All the Gays (Queerty.com, December 23, 2008)

Mixed Reaction for California ‘Day Without a Gay’ (CBS Channel 5 News, December 10, 2008)

Let Our Willing Citizens Serve Our Country First (HeraldNet.com, December 10, 2008)

Leadership Summit Sets LGBT Strategy for Obama Administration (Bay Windows, December 9, 2008)

Making Census Sense Analyzing the D.C. and Maryland Census Reports (Metro Weekly, December 6, 2008)

“Prop 8 – The Musical”: Jack Black, John C. Reilly And More In Funny Or Die Skit (Funny or Die, December 3, 2008)

Are Utah and Arkansas the New Centers of the Gay Rights Movement? (University of Pittsburgh School of Law Jurist Legal News and Research, December 3, 2008)

National Roundup (Windy City Times, December 03, 2008)

Long Road Still Ahead for California’s Proposition 8 (Finding Dulcinea, November 28, 2008)

Two U.S. States See Boost from Gay Weddings (Reuters UK, November 28, 2008)

FEATURE-Two U.S. States See Boost from Gay Weddings (Forbes.com, November 27, 2008)

Professor of Pride (Metro Weekly, November 27, 2008)

Gays Mostly Vote Democratic, Figures Show (Bay Area Reporter, November 27, 2008)

Gay Support for Obama Similar to Dems in Past Elections (Bay Windows, November 26, 2008)

Queer Town: “No on 8″ Leadership on the Hot Seat (LA Weekly, November 25, 2008)

Study Finds $13 Million Economic Boost to State from Gay Weddings (WTIC News Talk 1080, November 25, 2008)

Bob Witeck on How The Global Financial Crisis Will Affect the LGBT Community (Queerty, November 25, 2008)

Is Challenge to Prop. 8 Already Lost in California Supreme Court? (Los Angeles Times, November 25, 2008)

Legal Experts Puzzled Over California Justice’s Seeming Reversal on Prop. 8 (Los Angeles Times, November 25, 2008)

Gay Marriage to Save Connecticut from Global Financial Disaster (Queerty, November 24, 2008)

Rolling Out the Welcome Mat to Gay Marriage (Connecticut Post, November 22, 2008)

Gay Marriage Could Bring Major Revenue to Conn. (Newsday, November 22, 2008)

In Brief: Study Finds Mass. Bisexuals Face Significant Health Disparities (Gayapolis, November 21, 2008)

Generals: Let Gays Serve Openly in the Military (The Los Angeles Examiner, November 20, 2008)

In Brief: Study Finds Mass. Bisexuals Face Significant Health Disparities (Bay Windows, November 20, 2008)

Prop. 8 Gay Marriage Ban Goes to Supreme Court (Los Angeles Times, November 20, 2008)

Calif. Supreme Court to Take up Gay-Marriage Ban (Los Angeles Times, November 19, 2008)

Rate of Anti-Gay Employment Discrimination Similar to Race and Gender Rates, Study Shows (Miami Herald, November 18, 2008)

Sexual Orientation Employment Discrimination Similar to Race and Gender Discrimination (California Chronicle , November 18, 2008)

Homophobia Still Thriving In The Workplace, New Study Reveals (PerezHilton.com, November 18, 2008)

Study Finds GLBT Workplace Equality Laws Used a Lot–When They’re Available (EDGE Boston, November 18, 2008)

Prop. 8 Awakens Activism in Youth (The Daily Bruin, November 18, 2008)

Goin’ To The Chapel (Hartford Business, November 18, 2008)

Williams Institute Panel Evaluates Passage of Proposition 8 (The Daily Bruin, November 17, 2008 )

Yes On 8 Charges Civil Rights Violations By Opponents (WeHo News, November 17, 2008)

Yes on 8 Claims to be Victim of Civil Rights Violations (LAist, November 17, 2008)

Local Gay Couples Say Rally was a Good Show of Support (The MetroWest Daily News, November 16, 2008)

Thousands in Streets Defend Same-Sex Rights  (Workers World, November 14, 2008)

Calif. Economy will Suffer from Prop. 8 Vote (Denver Post, November 14, 2008)

Saying ‘I Do’ to Gay Marriage (The Battalion, November 14, 2008)

LGBT Parents: The Forgotten Voices of Prop. 8 (Bay Windows, November 13, 2008)

Black, Gay Communities Collide Over Gay Marriage (National Public Radio, November 13, 2008)

Majority Rules, Even in California Wrong or Right, Prop. 8 Failed, So Abide By Our Legal System (The Daily Evergreen , November 13, 2008)

Letters: Gay Marriage a Money Maker for Nevada (Las Vegas Review-Journal, November 12, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriage: Something New, Indeed (The Hartford Courant, November 12, 2008)

Florida Only State to Ban Gay Adoption (The Lake Wales News, November 10, 2008)

State of Gay Unions in the United States (Minneapolis Star Tribune, November 7, 2008)

New York Times: Proposition 8 Hurts California Business (Business & Media Institute, November 7, 2008)

Same-sex Marriage Arrives in Connecticut Next Week (Washington Blade, November 07, 2008)

Demise of Same-Sex Weddings Disheartens Businesses (The New York Times, November 7, 2008)

Sorg och ilska i Kalifornien (QX, November 7, 2008)

Texas Turnout Up in the 8 ‘Gay’ Precincts in Dallas (Dallas Voice, November 6, 2008)

California Same-Sex Marriage Ban Faces Three Lawsuits (USA Today, November 6, 2008)

Newsrom was Central to Same-Sex Marriage Saga (San Francisco Chronicle, November 6, 2008)

State’s Wedding Vendors Face Broken Engagements (San Diego Tribune, November 6, 2008)

Prop. 8 Passage Thwarts Vows (The Press Democrat, November 6, 2008)

18,000 Gay Couples Married in California (Gay City News, November 6, 2008)

UCLA Faculty Experts Advisory: Can Proposition 8 be Overturned? (UCLA Newsroom, November 6, 2008)

Courts May Decide Fate of Gay Marriage Ban (Monterey County Herald, November 6, 2008)

California Approves Gay Marriage Ban (USA Today, November 5, 2008)

Election Day Hastens Some Same-Sex Weddings (San Mateo Daily Journal, November 5, 2008)

Poultry And People (San Francisco Chronicle, November 5, 2008)

Gay Marriage Ban Likely to Pass (Bakersfield Californian, November 4, 2008)

Pricey Initiative Process May Prompt Reforms (Mercury News, November 3, 2008)

Gay Weddings Keep California Economy Moving in Tough Times (MarketWatch, November 3, 2008)

The Ashwin Media Example: Veterans Fighting for Equality in Tough Districts (The Minnesota Independent, November 3, 2008)

If Prop. 8 Passes, What about those Who Wed? (San Francisco Chronicle, November 1, 2008)

Sex Advice: My Boyfriend’s Sexual Manner is too Feminine (The Times Online, November 1, 2008)

Prop. 8 Pushes Gay Couples to Wed Before Election Day (Long Beach Press Telegram, October 31, 2008)

Deadline Friday for No on 8 TV Ad Time (Bay Area Reporter, October 31, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriage (CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, October 30, 2008)

Why Just One Wedding Isn’t Enough for Some Gay Couples (The Wall Street Journal, October 30, 2008)

Gay Dems Could Boost Obama, but Some GOPers Balk at Palin (Bay Area Reporter, October 30, 2008)

Gay Married Couples Face Legal Limbo if Prop. 8 Passes (The Los Angeles Times, October 30, 2008)

Law Professors Enter Prop. 8 Fray on Church’s Tax-Exempt Status (San Diego Union Tribune, October 30, 2008)

Gay Dems Could Boost Obama, but Some Republicans Balk at Palin (Bay Windows, October 30, 2008)

Sacramento Gay Couples Rush to Tie Knot Before Prop. 8 Vote (The Sacramento Bee, October 30, 2008)

Scare Tactics: Children in the Battle Over Same-Sex Marriage in California (Jurist Legal News and Research, October 28, 2008)

Army’s Continued Use of ‘Stop Loss’ Policy Reveals Failure of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ (Market Watch, October 27, 2008)

Prop. 8 Ads’ Invisible Gays (The Los Angeles Times, October 26, 2008)

Why We Can’t Afford to Ban Same-Sex Marriage (Simma Lieberman’s Inclusion Blog, October 24, 2008)

Turnout Could Affect Same-Sex Marriage Bans (USA Today, October 24, 2008)

A Less Perfect Union: Gay Marriage and the Subversion of the Republic (Truthdig, October 24, 2008)

Prop. 8 Looms; Couples Rush to Marry (The Press-Enterprise, October 24, 2008)

Bishops Say Voters Can Reject Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage (Catholic Transcript Online, October 24, 2008)

Black Faith, Community Leaders Urge Churchgoers to Oppose Prop 8 (Bay Area Reporter, October 23, 2008)

Hollywood Comes Out in Support of Gay Marriage (Associated Press, October 23, 2008)

Fight to Defeat Prop. 8 Rages in California (Diversity Inc., October 23, 2008)

Gay Marriage Numbers Rise in SLO County (New Times SLO, October 22, 2008)

Poll: Same-Sex Ban Still Trails; Gap Closing (Merucry News, October 22, 2008)

Letters to the Editor (Mercury News, October 22, 2008)

Studies Show the Power of Marriage — and the Drain of Debate (EDGE San Francisco, October 22, 2008)

Aging More Complicated For Gays, Lesbians (Insurance News.net, October 21, 2008)

When It Comes to Marriage, Separate is not Equal – Research Reveals (San Francisco  Sentinel, October 21, 2008)

The Cost of Being Gay (The Advocate, October 21, 2008)

Conference to Focus on Marriage in the Shadow of Electoral Politics (Imperial Valley News, October 20, 2008)

Gay Couples Rushing to Get Marriage Licenses (Marin Independent Journal, October 20, 2008)

No on Proposition 8 (Los Angeles Downtown News, October 20, 2008)

Weigh Effects of Initiative Act No. 1 Carefully (Baxter Bulletin, October 17, 2008)

Catering to Gay Travelers (Mercury News, October 17, 2008)

JACL Continues Effort to Defeat Calif. Prop. 8 (Pacific Citizen, October 17, 2008)

New Study of Black Gay Couples (Hudson Valley Press, October 17, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Gets Mixed Reaction (Westport News, October 17, 2008)

Fewer Illegal Immigrants, and More (The Week, October 17, 2008)

Prop. 8 Failure Would be Followed by Thousands of Gay Nuptials (OC Register, October 16, 2008)

National Roundup (Windy City Times, October 15, 2008)

11,442 Same-Sex Marriages (California Catholic Daily, October 15, 2008)

Conservatives Contest First Graders’ School Trip to Gay Wedding (The Christian Post, October 14, 2008)

Gay Couples Rush to Wed Ahead of Calif. Election (Associated Press, October 13, 2008)

Calif. Gay Couples Rush Pre-Vote Nuptials (Time, October 13, 2008)

Prop. 8 Vote could Harm Domestic Partners (Sign On San Diego, October 13, 2008)

Prop. 8 Reignites California Same-Sex (National Public Radio, October 12, 2008)

State is 3rd in Nation to take Historic Step (Trading Markets, October 11, 2008)

State Supreme Court Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage (Hartford Courant, October 11, 2008)

Thousands to Marry: Rell says she won’t contest ruling on same-sex marriage; laws to be changed (Journal Inquirer, October 11, 2008)

Same-sex Couples Celebrate Right to Marry (The Bristol Press, October 10, 2008)

New California Study: 11,000 Same-Sex Couples Marry, Over 109K Couples Raising Over 50K Children (California Chronicle, October 10, 2008)

State Supreme Court Says Same-Sex Couples Can Marry (The News Times, October 10, 2008)

Groups Make Plea for Funds to Fight Prop 8 (Dallas Voice, October 9, 2008)

Bolthouse To Implement Gay-Friendly Programs (KGET Bakserfield, October 9, 2008)

No on 8 Needs $10 million; ‘Our lead is gone’ (Bay Area Reporter, October 9, 2008)

Same-Sex Couples Rush to Wed as Prop. 8 Vote Looms (DiversityInc., October 9, 2008)

Gay Couples Rushing to the Altar in California (College News, October 8, 2008)

Research: Banning Same-Sex Marriage not a Victimless Act (Edge Boston, October 8, 2008)

Gay Couples Rush to Marry in California (Metro Weekly, October 8, 2008)

Gay Couples Rush to Altar in California Ahead of Vote (Minneapolis Star Tribune, October 7, 2008)

Study: 11,000 Gay Weddings in California (Times of the Internet, October 7, 2008)

Gay Couples Rush to the Altar in California Ahead of November Vote (The New York Times, October 7, 2008)

Gay Marriages in California Surpass Those in Massachusetts (The Los Angeles Times, October 7, 2008)

California Trumps Massachusetts in Sheer Number of Gay Marriages (Gay Financial Network, October 7, 2008)

More than 11,000 Same-Sex Couples Wed (Orange County Register, October 7, 2008)

More gay couples marry in 3 months in Calif. than in Mass. since 2004 (Gay and Lesbian Leadership SmartBrief, October 7, 2008)

Domestic Partner Benefits: Not as Costly as You Might Think (OhMyGov.com, October 7, 2008)

Restoration Of ‘Bride’ And ‘Groom’ In California Marriage License Forms To Begin In November (All Headline News, October 7, 2008)

11,000 Same-sex Weddings in California Since Legalization (PinkNews, October 7, 2008)

County Ranks 4th in State for Gay Marriages (The Desert Sun, October 7, 2008)

‘Estimate: Riverside County has Fourth-highest Number of Gay Marriages in State (The Press-Enterprise, October 6, 2008)

I do’ does not lead to ‘I don’t’ (Mercury News, October 6, 2008)

‘Bride’ and ‘Groom’ being Restored to California Marriage Forms (Mercury News, October 6, 2008)

‘Bride’ and ‘Groom’ to be Restored to Calif. Forms (The Press Enterprise, October 6, 2008)

LA County Tops in Gay Marriages (My Fox Los Angeles, October 6, 2008)

California Beats Massachusetts on Gay Marriage Totals (Los Angeles Times, October 6, 2008)

Undo 11,000 Marriages? (Los Angeles Times, October 6, 2008)

Same-sex Unions Could Bring Cash to County, Study Says (The Press Democrat, October 6, 2008)

Proposition 8: How Locals Want ‘Marriage’ Defined (The Bakersfield Californian, October 4, 2008)

Study: Cost of Domestic Partner Benefits Could Be Limited (Government Executive, October 3, 2008)

Pentagon Data Highlight Urgent Need to Repeal ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ (Market Watch, October 3, 2008)

The Summer of (Lesbian) Love (The Harvard Crimson, October 3, 2008)

Senate Hearing on DP Benefits for Gay Federal Workers  (Bay Area Reporter, October 2, 2008)

National Roundup (Windy City Times, October 1, 2008)

Gay Families Find the Bronx Is a Place to Call Home (The New York Times, September 29, 2008)

State Bar Association Supports Same-Sex Marriages (The Seattle Times, September 28, 2008)

State Bar Association OK with Gay Marriage (Tri-City Herald, September 28, 2008)

Gay Marriage Showdowns (CQ Researcher, September 26, 2008)

Gay Parents Share Stories of Adoption (New York’s Lower Hudson Valley, September 26, 2008)

Nonprofit Organization Raises Awareness for Prostate Cancer (Gay and Lesbian Times, September 25, 2008)

Senate to Consider Same-Sex Benefits for US Federal Employees (Pink News, September 25, 2008)

New Study Puts Cost of Federal DP Benefits at $41M; Senate Holds Hearing (The Advocate, September 24, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriage Proposed for D.C. (The Hoya, September 23, 2008)

Experts Debate Same-Sex Marriage (USC Gould School of Law, September 19, 2008)

The Business of Marriage (Washington Blade, September 19, 2008)

Invisible And Overlooked’ (Newsweek, September 18, 2008)

Facts About the Aging Lesbian and Gay Community (Newsweek, September 18, 2008)

Study Sees More N.H. Interest in Gay Marriage (New Hampshire Business Review, September 16, 2008)

D.C. Couples Holding Out for Marriage (Washington Blade, September 12, 2008)

Much Work To Do for Same-sex Marriages (The Olympian, September 12, 2008)

Alumni Awards (Carnegie Mellon University, September 12, 2008)

A Hallmark Moment: America’s Christianist Fascist Attack Greeting Cards (Atlantic Free Press, September 12, 2008)

Get Us to the Church on Time – Gays Rush to Marry Before November (New America Media, September 11, 2008)

Ma’am, Would You Care for Some Facts With That? (The Advocate, September 9, 2008)

Florida’s Gay Adoption Ban Ruled Unconstitutional (Miami Herald, September 9, 2008)

D.C. Marriage Event Tomorrow Night (Washington Blade, September 8, 2008)

Hallmark Cards to Celebrate Love and Commitment Expose Bigotry and Hate (Online Journal, September 4, 2008)

She He Said Sept. 4, 2008 (Pridesource.com, September 4, 2008)

The Summer of Love and Commitment (The Huffington Post, September 3, 2008)

Labor Day Parades for Just Some of Us?: American Corporations and the Future of Same-Sex Marriage (The Huffington Post, September 1, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriage Cards To Arrive at Hallmark Store in Staten Island Mall (Staten Island Advance, August 30, 2008)

Gay, Lesbian Families with Kids Favor Outer Boroughs (Gay City News, August 28, 2008)

Gay Couples Choose the Bronx, For Some Reason Bronx-dwellers? (New York Magazine, August 27, 2008)

Gay Parent Mecca Chelsea? Nope The Bronx! (New York Post, August 27, 2008)

Study Compares Situations Of Same-Sex, Married Couples (New York Sun, August 27, 2008)

Same Sex Marriage Affects the Whole Country (Alternet.org, August 22, 2008)

Hallmark Starts Offering Same-Sex Wedding Cards (CityNews, August 22, 2008)

The Wedding Issue (Gay & Lesbian Times, August 21, 2008)

Hallmark Issues Gay Wedding Cards, Sky Not Yet Fallen (The California Majority Report, August 21, 2008)

Signs of the Times: Hallmark Introduces Gay Marriage Cards (The Gay Financial Network, August 21, 2008)

Now on the Hallmark Aisle: Gay Marriage Cards (The Associated Press, August 21, 2008)

Obama Campaign Reaches Out To Gay Georgians (Southern Voice, August 15, 2008)

Employers Tied in Knots (Sacramento Business Journal, August 15, 2008)

Schools Want to be Allowed to Insure Domestic Partners (Online Athens, August 14, 2008)

At Last: Utah Gay and Lesbian Couples Can At Least Find Wedded Bliss in California (Salt Lake City Weekly, August 14, 2008)

What Is the Future of Suburbia? (The New York Times, August 12, 2008)

Christian Marriage Movement’s Ground Zero (Christian Broadcasting Network News, August 12, 2008)

Waiting For A Boom In Gay Marriages (Providence Business News, August 11, 2008)

Same-Sex Couples Take Advantage of Legal Recognition (New England Blade, August 7, 2008)

Prop 8 Briefs: Republicans Come Out Against 8 (Bay Area Reporter, August 7, 2008)

Researchers Tackle LGBT Demographics (Bay Area Reporter, August 7, 2008)

Editor’s Notes: So long, 1913 (Wicked Local Warham, August 7, 2008)

3-Minute Interview: Gary Gates (The Examiner, August 6, 2008)

National Roundup (Windy City Times, August 6, 2008)

MCG polls faculty on partner benefits (Athens Banner-Herald, August 4, 2008)

Study: Same-sex Couples Prefer Marriage or Civil Unions (KCBS, August 3, 2008)

Gay Marriage a Big Draw (The Republican, August 02, 2008)

New York Gay Couples Head to Massachusetts With Marriage in Mind (New York Times, August 2, 2008)

VT and MA Now Compete for Gay Wedding Business; CT Next? (EDGE, August 1, 2008)

Census Asked to Recognize Gay Marriages (Washington Blade, August 01, 2008)

5.7 percent of Arlington Residents Identify as Gay (Washington Blade, August 01, 2008)

Permite Massachusetts Bodas de Parejas Homosexuales (El Sendero del Peje, 31 Julio 2008)

UCLA’s Williams Institute releases new study showing enthusiasm for marriage among same-sex couples (MarketWatch, July 31, 2008)

A Long-Term Commitment (MSNBC.com, July 30, 2008)

House: Out-of-state gays can marry here (Metro Boston, July 30, 2008)

Same-sex Marriage Ban Might be Costing Nevada (Review-Journal, July 29, 2008)

Erie Same-Sex Couples consider Calif. Marriages (Erie Times-News, July 29, 2008)

Homo-bryllupper Vil Give Turistboom (Kristeligt Dagblad, 28 June 2008)

Out for the count (The Boston Globe, July 27, 2008)

Desventaja Económica Viven Homosexuales (Texasenlinea.com, 25 Julio 2008)

Prop 8 Briefs: Court Fight Shows Rift Among Ban Backers (The Bay Area Reporter Online, July 24, 2008)

Defending Our Values (Washington Post, July 24, 2008)

Married In Mass. (Corant.com, July 24, 2008)

Census Won’t Count Married Gays  (Windy City Times, July 23, 2008)

Out-of-State Same-Sex Couples to Wed in Mass., Soon? (Weeklydig.com, July 23. 2008)

Census Must Count Gay Marriages (Courant.com, July 23, 2008)

Your Best New Clients: Same-Sex Couples (Registered Rep., July 23, 2008)

Census Won’t Count Married Gays (Windy City Times – NATIONAL NEWS, July 23, 2008)

La Heterosexualización de la Cultura Gay (ENewspaper, 21 de Julio de 2008)

Modern Marriage: Standing on Ceremony (Miller-McCune Magazine, July 21, 2008)

Making Same-Sex Marriages Count (Los Angeles Times, July 18, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriages Bringing In Millions Of Dollars (KTVU News, July 18, 2008)

Census Won’t Count Some Massachusetts Couples (CBS, July 18, 2008)

Massachusetts Senate OKs Repeal of 1913 Law (Bay Area Reporter, July 17, 2008)

CNBC Hypes California Gay Marriage as an Economic Salvation (NewsBusters, July 17, 2008)

US Census To Divorce Gay Marrieds (Gay City News, July 17, 2008)

A Month Of Redefining (The Press Democrat, July 17, 2008)

Census Won’t Count Gay Marriages (The Washington Post, July 17, 2008)

Gay Marriages Won’t Count in 2010 Says Census Bureau (New England Blade, July 16, 2008)

Fiscal Boon Predicted if 1913 Law Repealed (New England Blade, July 16, 2008)

A 1913 Law Dies to Better Serve Gay Marriages (New York Times, July 16, 2008)

Massachusetts Senate Votes To End Gay Marriage Restriction (Los Angeles Times, July 16, 2008)

A Long Way Since 1913 (Boston Globe, July 15, 2008)

U.S. Census Bureau Won’t Count Same-Sex Marriages (Mercury News, July 15, 2008)

Census Bureau Doesn’t Count Same-Sex Marriages (Diversity Inc, July 15, 2008)

State Sees Economics of Gay Marriage (Boston Globe, July 15, 2008)

PFLAG Applauds Upcoming Congressional Hearing on ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ (Market Watch, July 14, 2008)

A Turning Point for Troops & Their Families (The Huffington Post, July 14, 2008)

Census Won’t Count Gay Families as Married–Even if They Are (EDGE Boston, July 14, 2008)

U.S. Census Bureau Will Not Recognize Same-sex Marriages in 2010 Report (Digital Journal, July 14, 2008)

The Heterosexing Of Gay America (EDGE Boston, July 14, 2008)

U.S. Census Bureau won’t count same-sex marriages (Mercury News, July 12, 2008)

Census Won’t Acknowledge Gay Marriage (KCBS San Francisco, July 12, 2008)

Mass. Set to Repeal Segregation-era Marriage Law (wbur.org, July 10, 2008)

New Study Says Homosexuals in the Military Would be Fabulous (411Mania.Com, July 10, 2008)

Uniting Against Hate (Gay & Lesbian Times, July 10, 2008)

The Case for a Right of Marriage Recognition: Why Fourteenth Amendment Due Process Should Protect Same-Sex Couples Who Change States (FindLaw, July 9, 2008)

Gay Marriage: Sound Business to the Tune of Billions (EDGE Boston, July 9, 2008)

The Agenda with Joe Solmonese (Human Rights Campaign, July 7, 2008)

‘The Big Sort’: Red and Blue Divide Neighbors, Too (National Public Radio, July 7, 2008)

Study Predicts California Will Profit from Marriages (JustOut.com, July 2, 2008)

Just Being Parents: Same-Sex Couples Find Options in Adoption and Foster Parenting (JustOut.com, July 2, 2008)

US Army Discharges Openly Gay Sergeant after TV Appearance (PinkNews.co.uk, June 30, 2008)

Now is a Good Time to Go Green and Recycle Your Old Car (Sherman Oaks Sun, June 30, 2008)

Same-Sex Wedding Windfall (Honolulu Star-Bulletin, June 29, 2008)

Cashing in on Wedded Bliss (Washington Blade, June 27, 2008)

Gay Marriage is a Blessing for Economy (San Francisco Business Times, June 27, 2008)

Old Views, New Vows Attract Tourists to State (San Francisco Chronicle, June 27, 2008)

Marriage Digest: Lesbian Couples Make Up Large Majority of Calif. ‘Gay Marriages’ (Baptist Press, June 26, 2008)

Gays Report Greater Financial Confidence, Despite Slow Economy (Gay & Lesbian Times, June 26, 2008)

California Says ‘I Do’ to New Hospitality Market (HotelInteractive.com, June 26, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriage Would be Financial Windfall in N.J. (New England Blade, June 26, 2008)

During Gay Pride Month, We Need to Address Broader Issues (Sacramento Bee, June 25, 2008) (also in Belleville News Democrat, June 25, 2008)

Goin to the Chapel: Same-Sex Marriage in California (Windy City Times, June 25, 2008)

Researcher Interviews GLBT People in Kansas (The University Daily Kansan, June 25, 2008)

Women Disproportionately Discharged Under “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” (Ms. Magazine, June 24, 2008)

Over the Rainbow: Checking in with the LGBT Community on Same-Sex Marriage (San Diego City Beat,
June 24, 2008)

Late-Breaking Letters: Gay Marriage, Pro and Con (Orange County Register, June 24, 2008)

Why Are More “Don’t Ask” Victims Female? (The Advocate, June 24, 2008)

Keep Gay Marriage for the Love of Money (The Daily Aztec, June 23, 2008)

Snapshots Show California Embraces Gay Marriage (The Detroit News, June 23, 2008)

California’s Top Spots for Gay Travelers (The Seattle Times, June 22, 2008)

Williams Institute Event in DC (The DC Center, June 21, 2008)

Wedding Bells Wistful (Denver Post, June 20, 2008)

Sacramento Same-Sex Weddings Mostly Female (United Press International June 20, 2008)

Remembering Leonard Matlovitch (Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, June 20, 2008)

Pressure Mounting On NJ Lawmakers To Legalize Gay Marriage (365Gay.com, June 20, 2008)

Gay Days in Sunny California (Edmonton Sun, June 20, 2008)

Female Couples Taking the Lead in Same-Sex Marriage (Sacramento Bee, June 20, 2008)

West Hollywood Rolls Out Carpet City Embraces Gay Weddings — and Plans to Cash In (The Wall Street Journal, June 20, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Could Boost California’s Ailing Economy (Gay and Lesbian Times, June 19, 2008)

SLDN Condemns Presidential Honoree (The Advocate, June 19, 2008)

A Civil Right (NewsReview.com, July 19, 2008)

Gay Wedding Bells Could Ring Up Big Money for N.J. (The Star-Ledger, June 19, 2008)

Star Trek’s Takei Enjoys Ca. Gay Wedding Ruling (eFlux Media, June 18, 2008)

Opportunity Lost: How Anti-Gay Culture Hurts South Carolina’s Economy (Columbia Free Times, June 18-24, 2008)

Servicemembers Legal Defense Network Condemns Presidential Honor for Former Joint Chiefs Chairman Peter Pace (The Earth Times, June 18, 2008)

It’s The Economy, Stupid (The Advocate, June 18, 2008)

Gay Marriage and Money (Detroit Free Press, June 18, 2008)

Wedding Business Bump Not Yet Clear: Some Couples Plan to Wait until Nov. (San Jose Mercury News, June 18, 2008)

Same-Sex Wedding Boom in Tahoe? (Sierra Sun, June 18, 2008)

Out in the Country: Rural Gays Feel Less Isolated Today, But Stigma Remains (Pittsburg Post-Gazette, June 18, 2008)

The Bliss of Newlyweds: Same-Sex Marriages Boost California Stores (Women’s Wear Daily, June 18, 2008)

Hundreds of Gay Couples Enjoy ‘Dream Come True’ in Calif. (USA Today, June 18, 2008)

CNBC Hypes California Gay Marriage as an Economic Salvation (NewsBuster, June 17, 2008)

L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center Debuts Online Wedding Resource Guide for Gay and Lesbian Couples (The Earth Times, June 17, 2008)

First Gay Couples Wed in California (The Washington Post, June 17, 2008) (also in The News Tribune)

Same-Sex Weddings Begin in California (The Wall Street Journal, June 17, 2008)

PFLAG Celebrates, Congratulates California Couples (The Earth Times, June 17, 2008)

A Historic Day for Millions of Gay Couples in California (The China Post, June 17, 2008)

Cashing in on Same-Sex Wedding Bells (Condé Nast Portfolio, June 17, 2008)

Octogenarians First Gays to Wed in California (The Independent (UK), June 17, 2008)

California Gay Marriages Begin Today (The Advocate, June 17, 2008)

California Here We Come (California Catholic Daily, June 17, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriage: Bringing $$ to California’s Economy (CNN News, June 16, 2008)

Gay Marriage Economic Boom (CNBC, June 16, 2008)

County Officials Set for Big Day (The Sun, June 16, 2008)

Gay Wedding Fever in California After Ban on Gay Marriage Lifted (PinkNews.co.uk, June 16, 2008)

Please Have Your $ame-$ex Wedding in L.A. (Los Angeles Times, June 16, 2008)

Excitement Builds as Legalization of Gay Marriage Nears in California (New York Daily News, June 16, 2008)

Two Dads, Three Sons…One Special Fathers’ Day (EDGE Boston, June 16, 2008)

CNBC Touts Gay Marriage as California’s Economic Savior (Business & Media Institute, June 16, 2008)

Gay Rights: California Expects Many Same-Sex Weddings (Guardian News UK, June 16, 2008)

Getting Ready to Wed (The Press Democrat, June 16, 2008)

Gay ‘Shotgun Weddings’ Beat Proposed California Ban (Bloomberg, June 16, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriages Set Stage for Further Legal Action (The Oakland Tribune, June 16, 2008)

California Comes Out With a Marketing Niche; Study Says Gay Marriage Could Bring $683 Million to State in Three Years (Advertising Age, June 16, 2008)

Some Gays Are Asking Themselves: ‘I Do?’ (Los Angeles Times, June 15, 2008) (also in The Capital Times, June 15, 2008)

The New ‘I Do’: The Way We’re Handling It Is Pretty Half-Baked (The Washington Post, June 15, 2008)

Courting is Over for Gay Couples (Los Angeles Daily News, June 15, 2008)

Caution Advised on Gay Marriage (The Seattle Times, June 15, 2008)

Gay Couple Will Be One of First to Marry (San Gabriel Valley Tribune, June 14, 2008)

Businesses to Benefit from Same-Sex Law (United Press International, June 14, 2008)

‘It Means Something To Us’ (Rocky Mountain News, June 14, 2008)

California Braces for ‘New Summer of Love’ (The New York Times, June 14, 2008)

Wedding Bells for Same-Sex Couples in California (“To The Point,” KCRW 89.9FM Los Angeles, June 13, 2008)

Cities See Windfall in Becoming Gay Wedding Destinations (The Press-Enterprise, June 13, 2008)

Same-Sex Wedding Bells Could Ring Up Big Sales in California (USA Today, June 13, 2008)

California Gay Couples Readying to say ‘I Do’; November Voter Initiative Looms over Proceedings (Washington Blade, June 13, 2008) (also appeared in the Southern Voice, June 13, 2008)

Same-Sex Wedding Season About to Begin (“Which Way, L.A.?,” KCRW 89.9FM Los Angeles, June 12, 2008)

Nevada’s Gay Duh (Las Vegas Weekly, June 12, 2008)

Profit mit trauungswilligen Lesben und Schwulen (die Standard (Austria), June 12, 2008)

The Gay State-by-State Marriage Race? (Second of Two Parts) (EDGE Boston, June 12, 2008)

Counties Ready for Gay Nuptials (Bay Area Reporter, June 12, 2008)

Fast Facts on Adoption and Foster Parenting (Gay & Lesbian Times, June 12, 2008)

Gay Weddings Expected to Benefit State Economy (San Diego Union-Tribune, June 12, 2008)

Region Ready to Dance to Gay Wedding Tune$ (The Business Press, June 12, 2008)

Same-Sex Weddings Expected to Boost State’s Economy (The Sacramento Bee, June 12, 2008)

California’s Gay Marriage Rush (TIME Magazine, June 11, 2008)

Judicial Setback in Military Case (Windy City Times, June 11, 2008) (also appeared on PrideSource.com, June 12, 2008)

Californian Gay Marriages Making Wedding Industry Happy (France 24, June 11, 2008)

California Gears Up for Gay Wedding Boom; Gay Couples Expected to Flock to California to Get Married After June 17 (ABC News, June 11, 2008)

California Economy Could get a Gay Bump (PoliGazette, June 11, 2008)

Gay Unions Shed Light on Gender in Marriage (The New York Times, June 10, 2008)

Gay-Marriage Ruling Could Boost California’s Ailing Economy (Associated Press, June 10, 2008) (Appearing in The Charlotte Observer, The San Jose Mercury News, and on CNN.com, June 10, 2008)

Same-Sex Ruling Drives Wedding Business in Calif. (National Public Radio, June 10, 2008)

Study: Legalizing Gay Marriage a $64 Million Boon for California (The Advocate, June 10, 2008)

Gay Weddings Could Boost Economy (Press Democrat News Service, June 10, 2008)

UCLA’S Williams Institute Releases New Study Analyzing The Fiscal Impact Of Extending Marriage To Same-Sex Couples On The California Budget (Echelon Magazine, June 9, 2008)

Same Sex Marriages May Boost Economy (Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, June 9, 2008)

Wedding Officials Split on Gay Marriage Ceremonies (San Jose Mercury News, June 9, 2008)

Study: Same-Sex Weddings to Give California an Economic Boost (KBPS San Diego, June 9, 2008)

Study: Same-Sex Weddings Could Boost California’s Economy (Associated Press, June 9, 2008) (Appearing in the San Jose Mercury News, The San Diego Union-Tribune, The Worcester Telegram & Gazette, June 9, 2008; Forbes.com, and BusinessWeek.com, June 10, 2008)

Same-Sex Nuptials Boon to Calif. Business (USA Today, June 9, 2008) (also appearing in the Detroit Free Press, June 10, 2008)

N.Y. Gay Couples Plan to Dash to Altar by way of Calif. (USA Today, June 9, 2008)

Gay Marriage Worth Millions to California Economy (Pink News, June 9, 2008)

Calif. Battle Over Gay Marriage Raises Novel Legal Questions; Court Legalized Unions, but Ballot Measure Would Ban Them (Washington Post, June 8, 2008)

California Will Not Delay Gay Marriage (GayNZ.com, June 7, 2008)

Gay Casper Couple Balances Openness, Anonymity (Jackson Hole Star-Tribune, June 6, 2008)

California Supreme Court Refuses to Delay Gay Marriage (Los Angeles Times, June 5, 2008)

State Sees Economic Windfall in Gay Weddings (San Francisco Chronicle, June 5, 2008)

California Sees Business Boom from Gay Weddings (Reuters, June 5, 2008)

The Gay Marriage Race: Which State Will Be Next? (EDGE Boston, June 5, 2008)

Gays Seen Playing Pivotal Role in 4th Dist. Race (The Stamford Times, June 5, 2008)

Calif. Supreme Court Rejects Petitions to Delay Gay Marriage (eFlux Media, June 5, 2008)

The Justices Who Changed Gay History (The Advocate, June 4, 2008)

Bookings for Gay Weddings Slow in San Francisco (Wall Street Journal, June 4, 2008)

Gay Marriage May Be a Gift to California’s Economy (Los Angeles Times, June 2, 2008) (Also in the Hartford Courant, June 3, 2008)

Talks at UT Promote Churches’ Openness to Gays (Toledo Blade, June 2, 2008)

Gay Marriages and California’s Economy (LAist, June 2, 2008)

Gay Marriage Ruling Could Mean $370 Million For California (AHN, June 2, 2008)

Buying Power of Gay Men and Lesbians in 2008 (Gay Business Report, June 2008)

Victories For Equal Rights (Center for American Progress Action Fund, May 30, 2008)

News Analysis: Gay Marriage Could Be Worth Billions For California (PeterGreenberg.com, May 30 ,2008)

Second-Class Status (Between the Lines Newspaper, May 29, 2008)

An Age of Transformation (The Economist, May 29, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriage/Same-Sex Family (Jurist, May 27, 2008)

Relationships’ Realities Will Have To Be Faced (The Tennessean, May 27, 2008)

Brides and Grooms of Gay Weddings Will Be Older than Heterosexual Weddings (The Oakland Tribune, May 26, 2008)

Ask Not … A Significant Court Ruling Should Signal an End to the Military’s Noxious “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Policy (Houston Chronicle, May 25, 2008)

A Positive Vote for Same Sex Marriage (Canyon News, May 25, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriage In California; States With High Gay Ghetto Couples (MemphisRap.com, May 23, 2008)

The Guys Next Door (The Economist, May 22, 2008)

Survey Shatters Stereotypes of Same-Sex Duos: Older Couples May Be First to Wed (San Jose Mercury News, May 22, 2008)

Experts See Windfall From Marriage Ruling (The Bay Area Reporter, May 22, 2008)

Today’s News for the Last Frontier: Anchorage Rated a “Top Five Emerging City for Gays and Lesbians” (Alaska Newsreader, May 22, 2008)

APA Groups Applaud Calif. Supreme Court’s Decision to Legalize Same-Sex Marriages (Pacific Citizen, May 20, 2008)

Good News All Around: Why Democrats are Wrong to Fear the Political Fallout from the California Gay Marriage Ruling (The New Republic, May 20, 2008)

Calif. Court Decision Propels Orlando and Bob to Wed (Hispanic Link, May 19, 2008)

For Judge, Gay Marriage a Civil Rights Issue (The Herald, May 19, 2008)

On Benefits, Gay Couples Already Covered; Still, Employers May Have to Change Some Policies to Comply with Court Ruling (Los Angeles Times, May 18, 2008)

Couples Ready to Take Vows; Thousands of Gays, Lesbians Are Expected to Seek Marriage Licenses (Ventura County Star, May 17, 2008)

California Supreme Court Overturns Gay Marriage Ban (Los Angeles Times, May 16, 2008)

Gay Marriage Ruling Rallies State Activists (Seattle Post Intelligencer, May 16, 2008)

UMass Expert Plays Role in Golden State Decision on Nuptials (Daily Hampshire Gazette, May 16, 2008)

Equality Bill is a Civil Rights and Business Issue, Senators Are Told (Gay People’s Chronicle, May 16, 2008)

515 Current State Laws Discriminate Against Same-Sex Couples and Families (The Earth Times, May 15, 2008)

California Lifts Ban on Same-sex Marriage (DiversityInc.com, May 15, 2008)

Gay Marriage Ruling Launches a Larger Fight (The Nation, May 15, 2008)

More Homosexuals, Fewer Felons? (California Catholic Daily, May 13, 2008)

More on the Pregnant Man (The Advocate, May 5, 2008)

Ending ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’: Discrimination Doesn’t Deserve Federal Support (Daily Camera, May 4, 2008)

City Ranks High with Same-Sex Couples (The Florida Times-Union, May 3, 2008)

Oklahoma OK? (Gay City News, May 1, 2008)

Miami Gay Men’s Chorus presents ‘By the Sword’ June Concert at Colony Theater (Miami Herald, April 30, 2008)

Activists Push for Same-Sex Marriage Bill in N.Y. (Star-Gazette Albany Bureau, April 29, 2008)

UCLA School of Law Launches $100 Million Endowment Campaign; Initiative Will Support Student Scholarships, Faculty, Clinics and Centers (UCLA Newsroom, April 29, 2008)

What Voters “Don’t Ask” But Can “Tell” About Obama’s Race (Los Angeles Daily Journal, April 28, 2008)

Service Members Organization Tours Colorado Calling for Repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ (PR Newswire – US Newswire, April 29, 2008)

Las Vegas Part of Six City Tour Highlighting Efforts to Repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”  (PR Newswire – US Newswire, April 28, 2008) (Also in The Earth Times, April 28, 2008)

Tulsa Named Emerging City for Same-Sex Couples (Tulsa World, April 27, 2008)

Young Gay Rites (The New York Times Magazine, April 27, 2008)

Six City Tour of Western U.S. to Highlight Efforts to Repeal ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ (PR Newswire – uS Newswire, April 23, 2008) (Also in The Earth Times, April 23, 2008)

National Roundup: Same-Sex Marriage in Iowa Would Increase State Budget by Over $5 Million Per Year (Windy City Times, April 23, 2008)

Our Opinion: Anti-Bias Laws Don’t Guarantee Equal Pay (Honolulu Star Bulletin, April 21, 2008)

Study Says Allowing Gay Marriages Would Boost Iowa’s Economy (Quad-City Times, April 17, 2008) (Also in Sioux City Journal, April 23, 2008)

Professor Talks Sexuality at Work (The Journal of Webster University, April 17, 2008)

Report Profiles Gay Couples: The Study Finds the Number of Same-Sex Pairs Rising in Hawaii (Honolulu Star Bulletin, April 16, 2008)

Time To End The Double Taxation On Domestic Partners (Center for American Progress, April 15, 2008)

Unequal Taxation of Domestic Partner Benefits (Out in America Newswire, April 15, 2008)

UCLA Headlines: Research Focuses on Same-Sex Couples in New Mexico (Office of Media Relations, April 14, 2008)

A Red Carpet for Gay Weddings (The New York Times, April 11, 2008)

UCLA Hosts the Annual LGBT Conference (City on a Hill Press, April 10, 2008)

Gay Town, U.S.A. (Utne Reader, April 9, 2008)

Center Examines LGBT Military Deaths (365Gay.com, April 9, 2008)

Health care for domestic partners (Denver Post, April 8, 2008)

Human Rights Campaign Launches “7 Days to a Better Financial You” Campaign (Out in America, April 7, 2008)

Statement on Iraq War Deaths From The Michael D. Palm Center (AScribe Newswire, April 4, 2008)

Collection Development “Gay Parenting”: Building Rainbow Families (Library Journal, April 1, 2008)

Five Ways to Be a Trans Ally (OUT Magazine, March 2008)

Diversity festival offers a rare social event for homosexuals (Arkansas Democrat Gazette, March 30, 2008)

Sally Kern Opposes Gay Discrimination!? (Queerty.com, March 27, 2008)

Kern Meets With PFLAG Group (365Gay.com, March 27, 2008)

UM Professor Lee Badget named second most powerful lesbian academic (The Daily Collegian, March 26, 2008)

Gays look toward sanctuaries in retirement (Scripps News, March 21, 2008)

Price tags for Md. gay bills disputed; Estimates vary widely on cost of marriage rights (The Washington Blade, March 19, 2008)

National Roundup (Windy City Times, March 19, 2008)

One-Third of Irish Gay Couples in U.S. (Irish Voice, March 19, 2008)

Gay Americans have earned the right to say their wedding vows (The Daily Orange, March 18, 2008)

Gay in Clark County: Opening the door to acceptance (The Columbian, March 16, 2008)

We’ve come out but can’t come home, say gays with US partners (The Irish Times, March 15, 2008)

Study says same-sex couples have increased in New Mexico (Las Cruces Sun-News, April 13, 2008)

UCLA Headlines: Gary Gates quoted in today’s Sacramento Bee (Office of Media Relations, March 13, 2008)

Gays here, elsewhere look to retire among ‘like minded’ (Sacramento Bee, March 13, 20008) (Also in ScrippsNews.com, March 21, 2008)

Ireland’s gay paper marks 20 years (Bay Area Reporter, March 13, 2008)

AZ, CA Highlight Queer Liberty (Queerty.com, March 12, 2008)

Irish lawmakers urged: draw homosexuals back to Ireland (Catholic World News, March 11, 2008)

Study: Third Of Irish In Gay Relationships Now Live In US (365Gay.com, March 11, 2008)

Gay recognition ‘would aid economy’ (Irish Independent, March 11, 2008)

The California Marriage Case and the Mainstreaming of Gay Rights (Jurist, March 10, 2008)

Same-sex couples earn less than heterosexuals (GreatReporter.com, March 9, 2008)

Opposition to same-sex marriage remains at 66 percent; Number of gay and lesbian couples grows (Out & About Newspaper, March 8, 2008)

Trans conference debates merits of anti-discrimination laws (Bay Windows, March 8, 2008) (Also in EDGE Boston, March 8, 2008)

UCLA Headlines: Same-Sex Couples in Arizona (Office of Media Relations, March 7, 2008)

Online series looks at legal arguments in marriage case (Bay Area Reporter, March 6, 2008)

Are Democrats ignoring gays? Candidates must incorporate gay rights (The GW Hatchett, March 6, 2008)

Obama Makes Gay Push, Hillary Pushes Back (The Advocate, March 4, 2008)

Study: Gay couples in Ariz. lack resources (The Arizona Republic, March 4, 2008)

Family ties put to the test; Much at stake for both sides as same-sex marriage goes before California’s highest court (San Jose Mercury News, March 2, 2008)

$65 million gift to GLBT causes can help us think about our own giving (Out & About Newspaper, March 2, 2008)

Not single, not married: Similarities found for same-sex partners, heterosexual couples (San Jose Mercury News, March 2, 2008)

Hope & Politics – The Perils of Assumption (Camp, March 1, 2008)

TEP receives $10,000 donation from HRC; Donation will be spent on lobbying and outreach to help fight proposed adoption ban (Out & About Newspaper, March 1, 2008)

Oregon Enacts Domestic Partnership Law (The Voice, March 2008)

20 Powerful Lesbian Academics (Curve Magazine, March 2008)

Same-Sex Couples Playing House (Curve Magazine, March 2008)

Gays voting in Ohio, Texas primaries ‘could make history’; Activists see swing role in close races (The Washington Blade, February 29, 2008)

Military brass oppose lifting gay ban to boost troop levels; Majority favors lowering educational standards: survey (The Washington Blade, February 28, 2008)

Interview: Gays and the United States military (PinkNews.co.uk, February 25, 2008)

In The Courts: AIDS Healthcare Foundation Sues City of Los Angeles To Stop Foreclosure of Former AIDS Hospice (KaiserNetwork.org, February 25, 2008)

AIDS agency sues L.A. over action on former hospice (Los Angeles Times, February 24, 2008)

A family is a family is a family (Rutland Herald, February 24, 2008) (Also in The Barre Montpelier Times Argus, February 24, 2008)

Leader of Gay Civil Rights Organization to Visit San Antonio (Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, February 20, 2008) (Also in The Earth Times, February 20, 2008)

Legalizing same-sex marriage is sensible (Baltimore Sun, February 20, 2008)

National Roundup (Windy City Times, February 20, 2008)

Don’t ask, do tell (Chicago Maroon, February 19, 2008)

Welcome to the Gayborhood? (EDGE New York, February 17, 2008)

Couples await high court ruling on gay marriage; Clerk-recorder turns down two license requests (Ventura County Star, February 15, 2008)

Breaking the pink ceiling: Why do married men still earn more than coupled gay men and lesbians in Ga.? (Southern Voice, February 15, 2008)

Friends of the Court: Cities, counties push for change (Bay Area Reporter, February 14, 2008)

Donations of $5.5 Million Put Think Tank Closer to Goal (Daily Journal, February 13, 2008)

Females dominate domestic partnership rolls (The Register-Guard, February 13, 2008)

Williams Institute at UCLA Law School Receives $5.5 Million (Philanthropy News Digest, February 13, 2008)

Daily Dose: More gay couples in Kansas willing to report orientation (The Capital-Journal, February 12, 2008)

Study Reports on Same-Sex Relationships in Kansas; Number of Couples Increase by almost 68 Percent from 2000 to 2005 (The University Daily Kansan, February 11, 2008)

Williams Institute at UCLA Law School Announces $5.5 Million in New Gifts Supporting Groundbreaking Research on Sexual Orientation Law and Policy: Major Philanthropists Contribute Millions in Endowments (Echelon Magazine, February 11, 2008)

Record-Breaking Donor Ups Ante at UCLA’s Williams Institute (ABA Journal, February 11, 2008)

Number of couples increase by almost 68 percent from 2000 to 2005 (University Daily Kansan, February 11, 2008)

Taking the leap in Josephine County (The Oregonian, February 10, 2008)

Injunction lifted on domestic partnership law; couples register (Newport News-Times, February 6, 2008)

Domestic Partnerships: Huge Milestone (BlueOregon, February 6, 2008)

OR’s New Domestic Partnerships: Big Changes, Little Impact on Budget (Oregon News Service, February 5, 2008)

UCLA Study on Same-Sex Marks Implementation of Oregon’s New Law (Salem-News.com, February 4, 2008)

UCLA Headlines Quotables: Gary Gates (Office of Media Relations, February 4, 2008)

Capturing the Creative Class: American cities are in the midst of a battle for today’s best and brightest workforce (Business Facilities, February 2008)

Economic forum a big draw (Bay Area Reporter, January 31, 2008)

National Roundup (Windy City Times, January 30, 2008)

Civil union shouldn’t be civil war (The Examiner, January 30, 2008)

Viewpoint: Substantiating the same-sex struggle (The Daily Texan, January 28, 2008)

Study: Texas same-sex couples who have kids earn less than married couples with children (Austin American-Statesman, January 27, 2008)

Same-Sex Marriage Could Help Maryland’s Budget (WTOP Radio 103.5FM, January 26, 2008)

The parent trap: Study shows economic differences (Amarillo.com, January 26, 2008)

Changes sought to allow gay adoptions; Cohabitation rule blocks woman from adopting her partner’s 2nd child (Deseret Morning News, January 25, 2008)

Move to cut domestic registry stalls; Report finds more same-sex couples in state (Lawrence Journal-World & News, January 25, 2008) (Also in The Community Bridge Blog, January 25, 2008)

Challenges Some Parents Face (KUT Radio 90.5FM, Austin, TX, January 24, 2008)

Outdated law: Utah should allow same-sex couples to adopt (The Salt Lake Tribune, January 24, 2008)

UCLA’s Williams Institute releases new study analyzing data on same-sex couples in Texas (Pegasus News, January 24, 2008)

News In Brief: Economic day at center (Bay Area Reporter, January 24, 2008)

Domestic partners hope for improved benefits; Governor, UA president back proposed change in rules (Tucson Citizen, January 24, 2008)

Spanish-language news program awaits vote (The Daily Orange, January 23, 2008)

Same-sex couples in Ohio increasing, parenting, study says (The Plain Dealer, January 23, 2008) Also To Form a More Perfect Union: Marriage Equality News, January 22, 2008

Hospital tax policy to change: Same-sex couples may face higher bills (Daily Hampshire Gazette, January 21, 2008)

1 of 5 same-sex couples raising kids, report says (Deseret Morning News, January 21, 2008)

UCLA studies gays and lesbians in Ohio. Finds several same-sex parents, and a growing trend of commitment among couples. (Proud Parenting, January 20, 2008)

Gays Plan Rights Fight (Baltimore Sun, January 20, 2008)

When Best Choice Isn’t Available (Daily Herald, January 20, 2008)

UCLA Headlines: Same-Sex Parenting (UCLA Office of Media Relations, January 18, 2008)

Utah’s same-sex families fight the state’s adoption ban; Over one thousand kids are already being raised by lesbians and gays (ProudParenting.com, January 18, 2008)

Gay families seek lifting of adoption restrictions; Williams Institute finds 19% of Utah’s same-sex couples are raising children (Salt Lake Tribune, January 18, 2008)

Sociologist scores a hit with demography handbook (Texas A&M News and Information, January 17, 2008)

Words you never thought you’d read: gay flight to the suburbs (The Oregonian, January 16, 2008)

Outspoken: Episodes 29-30 (John Selig Podcast, January 9 and 14, 2008)

Gays, transgenders fight for legal protections in Utah (Daily Herald, January 7, 2008) Also The Edge Boston, January 8, 2008

UCLA Headlines: Lee Badgett Quotables (UCLA Office of Media Relations, January 7, 2008)

Counting my blessings (The Washington Blade, January 4, 2008)

The Gaybe Boom (The Huffington Post, January 3, 2008)

Gay marriage: live and let live (The Evening Observer, January 2, 2008)

Study finds number of same-sex couples in the U.S. quadrupled since 1990 (Out & About, January 1, 2008)

With a hefty list of accomplishments, Brad Sears is helping to lead the way in LGBT law (IN Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 22, 2008)