The Morning Pride: March 13, 2012

Welcome to The Morning Pride, ThinkProgress LGBT’s daily round-up of the latest in LGBT policy, politics, and some culture too! Here’s what we’re reading this morning, but please let us know what stories you’re following as well. Follow us all day on Twitter at @TPEquality.

– Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) is pursuing Senate votes on 17 judicial nominees, including out gay attorney Michael W. Fitzgerald.

– Prop 8 attorney Ted Olson is heading to North Carolina to help fight the discriminatory Amendment One.

– The first LGBT SuperPAC has formed to support President Obama’s reelection.

– The Omaha City Council will finally vote today to expand its anti-discrimination ordinance to include sexual orientation and gender identity.

– With very little debate and no opposition, the city of Muskegon, Michigan approved LGBT employment and housing protections.

– Roland Martin’s suspension at CNN — which he earned for himself with homophobic tweets — has been lifted.

– Dale Carpenter, author of the new book Flagrant Conduct, details the first day Lawrence v. Texas was before the Supreme Court.

– A Massachusetts high schools student was reprimanded for wearing a t-shirt that read “All the Cool Girls are Lesbians.”

– Four students were forced off a Colorado high school yearbook staff because the adviser refused to print a picture of a lesbian couple holding hands.

– Rochester College, a private Christian school, told sophomore Kiah Zabel she could be kicked out of on-campus housing if she didn’t stop promoting her lesbian pride on her Facebook profile.

– The filmmakers behind Invisible Children, a documentary about African warlord Joseph Kony, are facing scrutiny for all their ties to anti-gay conservative Christian groups.

– A new poll finds that 59 percent of Canadians continue to support the country’s same-sex marriage laws.

– A Catholic school in Ontario is trying to fight anti-gay bullying by reminding students that homosexuality is “objectively disordered.”

– Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair supports marriage equality.

– Ben & Jerry’s is supporting same-sex couples in the UK by renaming its Apple Pie flavor “Apple-y Ever After.”

– A popular South Korean actor has come out as gay and is working to combat homophobia.