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- By delaying the cases of several binational same-sex couples, the Department of Justice seems to be preparing itself for a post-Defense of Marriage Act world.
- A group of Senators are calling on Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA) to allow the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to advance out of committee.
- A pair of dads in Utah feel the censoring of an book inclusive of same-sex couples in their kid’s school is “literally segregating our families.”
- General Motors has been relentlessly attacked on Facebook by conservatives objecting to the company’s flying of the Pride flag at a plant in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
- A Florida school has settled an anti-gay bullying complaint, agreeing to train staff on the issues, investigate complaints, and survey students on the school’s climate.
- Pride Toronto has teamed up with Google+ to highlight short films about the lives of LGBT people.
- The White House has narrowed down its Pride Month Champions of Change video challenge to six finalists. Watch all six, then vote for one: