Senate News and Stories
The rainbow that sat smiling over the White House yesterday was a sign of good things to come, particularly in the form of LGBT wins
A porn payment service called Spankchain has asked sex workers to expose any Senatorial clients of theirs who voted for FOSTA, an anti-sex work bill
With a ‘Black Mirror’ styled campaign announcement posted to YouTube, Chelsea Manning announced her run for senate in Maryland — will you vote for her?
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A recent resolution passed by the U.S. Senate says Chechnya must stop it’s nearly year-long anti-LGBTQ purge, but the President still hasn’t said a thing
Silenced for reading a letter by Coretta Scott King during Jeff Sessions’ Attorney General nomination hearing, Elizabeth Warren wants you to read this
Senator Al Franken’s smackdown of Focus on the Family leader Tom Minnery before a Senate Judiciary Committee on the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act is required viewing, as far we are concerned. Senator Franken catches the homophobic Minnery in a lie about the well-being of children in homes[…]
The Senate made history Monday, confirming the first out gay male in history to the federal bench. With a vote of 80-3, J. Paul Oetken became a federal judge. Oetken was nominated in January by President Obama to sit on the US District Court for the Southern District of New[…]
Props to the 13 senators that participated in the Senate’s It Gets Better video! Bummer that more did not participate, however: there are 51 democrats in the Senate.
The fate of gay marriage in New York state rests solely upon two undecided Republican Senators after a Democrat-led Assembly approved a measure that would bring marriage equality to the state last night. To be fair, it was the third time Democrats in the House have rallied up a successful[…]