In Maryland, Delegates Downplay Civil Rights Struggle Of LGBT Americans
Last week, the Maryland House of Delegates debated (and eventually killed) a bill that would have allowed same-sex marriages to be performed in the state. During the bill's final floor debate, some opponents of marriage equality attempted to draw a distinction between the fight for equality embodied by the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s and the current struggle for full LGBT equality. ...
Equality Maryland • Mar 16, 2011