Topic: US Supreme Court (Page 2)

  • NY Daily News: Another Reason For The Supreme Court To Allow Gay Marriage Nationwide: Equal Political Participation Depends Upon It

    Post | April 27, 2015

    NY Daily News reporters Gregory T. Angelo talks about the Supreme Court taking up this issue of marriage equality and new reasons the Supreme Court should vote for it. States with same sex marriage bans are restrict the political contributions of gay couples, violating their First Amendment rights. For more information please read the full […]

  • National Journal: The Legal Argument Gay Republicans Are Making In Favor of Same-Sex Marriage

    Post | April 15, 2015

    National Journal’s reporter Rebecca Nelson talks about the Liberty Education Forum’s amicus brief to the Supreme Court in support of a pro-same-sex marriage decision in this year’s landmark case, Obergefell v. Hodges. The amicus brief to the Supreme Court explains that states with bans on same-sex marriage face erosion of free speech. For more information […]

  • St. Louis Public Radio: Republican Gay-Rights Activists Call For GOP To Quit The Bashing

    Post | February 4, 2015

    NPR reporter Jo Mannies covers the recent panel discussion at Washington University in St. Louis on marriage equality and the GOP, including an interview with Log Cabin Republicans National Executive Director Gregory T. Angelo on his participation on the panel and the role Democrats had in passing anti-gay legislation that advocacy organizations are fighting to repeal […]

  • Politico: Supreme Court to Hear Same-Sex Marriage Case

    Post | January 16, 2015

    Politico reporter Josh Gerstein covers the announcement by the Supreme Court of the United States that it would be hearing marriage equality cases this term, including commentary by Log Cabin Republicans on how the timing of the announcement of the Court’s decision could impact the 2016 Republican primary process and the general election next year. You can read […]