EVAN WOLFSON

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The Buffalo News
At Freedom to Marry, a joyful adieuHow ecstatic is Evan Wolfson, given that he is soon to be unemployed and that t
At Freedom to Marry, a joyful adieu
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
How ecstatic is Evan Wolfson, given that he is soon to be unemployed and that the organization he founded, nurtured and helmed is shuttering for good? “I feel exuberant and happy and proud and lucky and gratified,” he said, sitting in Freedom to... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Humanities Fest lineup: Citizenship debates, Patton Oswalt and Elvis CostelloYou can let the planned appearances of musician Elvis Costello and well-known c
Humanities Fest lineup: Citizenship debates, Patton Oswalt and Elvis Costello
Chicago Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
You can let the planned appearances of musician Elvis Costello and well-known comics Patton Oswalt and Aasif Mandvi fool you into thinking the 2015 Chicago Humanities Festival might be leaning toward pop culture this year. Don't. The annual fall... Read more
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The Advocate
Excerpt: Matt Baume, Andrew Sullivan Revisit the '80s in 'Defining Marriage'Andrew Sullivan was a junior editor at The New Republic in 1989 when one day th
Excerpt: Matt Baume, Andrew Sullivan Revisit the '80s in 'Defining Marriage'
The Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
Andrew Sullivan was a junior editor at The New Republic in 1989 when one day the conversation at a story meeting turned to the new phenomenon of homosexuals getting “domestic partnerships.” Andrew, a young conservative gay man, piped up. “Why can’t... Read more
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Canberra Times
Argentina legalises gay marriageArgentina became the first Latin American country to legalise same-sex marriage
Argentina legalises gay marriage
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
Argentina became the first Latin American country to legalise same-sex marriages after an early morning Senate vote overcame lobbying by the Roman Catholic Church. Following a 14-hour debate, the upper house voted 33-to-27 to approve the bill, which... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Argentina legalises gay marriageArgentina became the first Latin American country to legalise same-sex marriage
Argentina legalises gay marriage
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Argentina became the first Latin American country to legalise same-sex marriages after an early morning Senate vote overcame lobbying by the Roman Catholic Church. Following a 14-hour debate, the upper house voted 33-to-27 to approve the bill, which... Read more
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The Age
Argentina legalises gay marriageArgentina became the first Latin American country to legalise same-sex marriage
Argentina legalises gay marriage
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
Argentina became the first Latin American country to legalise same-sex marriages after an early morning Senate vote overcame lobbying by the Roman Catholic Church. Following a 14-hour debate, the upper house voted 33-to-27 to approve the bill, which... Read more
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SCOTUSblog
Round-up of recent newsAlthough the Court is in recess, coverage of and commentary on the recently end
Round-up of recent news
SCOTUSblog / Posted 25 days ago
Although the Court is in recess, coverage of and commentary on the recently ended Term continue. Sullivan & Cromwell LLP reviewed the Court’s business cases, providing “concise summaries of key cases in the commercial sphere” for the Term. For... Read more
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Washington Post
Freedom to Marry is going out of business. And everybody’s thrilled.Evan Wolfson, founder and president of New York-based Freedom to Marry, worked
Freedom to Marry is going out of business. And everybody’s thrilled.
Washington Post / Posted 29 days ago
Evan Wolfson, founder and president of New York-based Freedom to Marry, worked on legalizing same-sex marriage for 32 years. With the Supreme Court’s recent decision, he has worked himself out of a job. (Stan Godlewski for The Washington Post) NEW... Read more
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Washington Post
Freedom to Marry is going out of business. And everybody’s thrilled.Evan Wolfson, founder and president of New York-based Freedom to Marry, worked
Freedom to Marry is going out of business. And everybody’s thrilled.
Washington Post / Posted 30 days ago
Evan Wolfson, founder and president of New York-based Freedom to Marry, worked on legalizing same-sex marriage for 32 years. With the Supreme Court’s recent decision, he has worked himself out of a job. (Stan Godlewski for The Washington Post) NEW... Read more

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