Gay Rights Possible on 2012 Oregon Ballot

By Charlotte Robinson, August 15, 2011
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 comment:

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.

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