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21 states were redder in the 2012 election, but none outpace Arizona when it comes to controversial conservative bills.

New study by supporters of a ban on workplace discrimination based on sexual identity and gender identity suggests they wouldn't.

Gay rights have been embraced by the civil rights movement, but they don't always use the word.

Does this mean the politics have suddenly changed on this bill, which has been under consideration for nearly two decades?

While same-sex marriage and workplace discrimination against gays has been attracting headlines recently, there's another, lower-profile front in the gay rights battle: the fight over second-parent adoption for same-sex couples.

President Obama made history when he used the word "gay" in his second inaugural address. It was also a reminder of how his own attitude on same-sex marriage has moved.

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