Monday, August 15, 2011

Gay Rights Possible on 2012 Oregon Ballot

All over the country we have states that are trying to
put anti-gay marriage legislation on their 2012 ballots.
However in Oregon the state’s largest gay rights org,
Basic Rights Oregon, is gearing up for a possible 2012
vote by planning a voter education campaign on gay
marriage. The group will begin collecting signatures
in October for a possible 2012 ballot campaign, said
Jeana Frazzini, Executive Director of Basic Rights
Oregon. The announcement was made during a
Garden Party fundraiser in South Salem benefiting
the organization. We hope other states follow their
example because education is key in achieving LGBT
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1 Comments:

Anonymous Kate Brown said...

I think it’s really important that Oregonians have an understanding of how discrimination impacts the lesbian, gay, transgender and bi-sexual community. I fully support the work that Basic Rights Oregon does. They do an amazing job educating and engaging Oregonians across the state.

Kate Brown Oregon State Secretary

August 15, 2011 at 10:07 AM  

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