Gay Advocates Eye Supreme Court

LGBT Groups Give President Obama High Grades for Considering Two Lesbians for High Court.

Seal of the United States Supreme Court
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In 2004, the Oregon Supreme Court unanimously struck down an effort to legalise same-sex marriage even though one of its justices, Rives Kistler, was openly gay.

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Today, with his lesbian colleague Virginia Linder, there are two such justices in Oregon, in part because of the political efforts of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund, an advocacy group that seeks to put openly gay candidates in public office, ABC News reports.

Now, they have set their eyes on the Supreme Court, the rumours says according to ABC News

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