Senator Elizabeth Warren on the Title X Domestic Gag Rule

On June 20, 2019, following the ruling which allowed President Trump’s Title X “domestic gag rule” which prevents organizations that perform abortions or offer abortion referrals from receiving federal funding under Title X, Warren responded, tweeting: “This is more than just a bad ruling—it’s condoning an ugly attack targeted at women with low incomes and women …

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Bondy: Let us pray on whether to tax churches

Halley Bondy recently highlighted the fact that churches aren’t taxes, writing, “I’ve often gazed at the giant cathedrals in New York and thought: shouldn’t churches become housing or hospitals instead of vast, hollowed-out mansions? Shouldn’t they stop bleeding money from their congregants, whose cash would be better spent on our public schools?” “Not taxing churches …

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Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on Faith and her Candidacy

During her campaign, Gillibrand has made a variety of statements regarding her faith and it’s role in her political life. On July 14, 2019, Gillibrand responded to footage of Vice President Pence touring a border station housing migrants, with a bible quote, rather than a policy position. On July 17, 2019, Gillibrand tweeted a video …

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Senator Cory Booker on LGBTQ Rights

In a March 31, 2019 speech at the Human Rights Campaign, Booker expressed his opposition to the Trump Administration’s transgender military ban, as well as the Department of Justice’s refusal to protect LGBTQ individuals from employment discrimination and the Department of Education’s denial of transgender children’s rights. The full speech can be heard here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6r-Ffi0y9PI. …

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DesRochers: Lexington’s gay history is my history

For the 4th of July, reporter Daniel DesRochers wrote a column on the treatment of the LGBTQ community by the Lexington Herald-Leader, and Kentucky. “Lexington’s gay history is my history – it created the freedoms and liberties I enjoy,” said DesRochers. “With a split decision on September 25, 1992, the [Kentucky Supreme Court] decriminalized homosexuality …

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