Obama and hilary gay rights
Former and perhaps future presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton — a past backer of civil unions for gay and lesbian couples — endorsed same-sex marriage in a video released Monday. Clinton's declaration puts her in line with other potential Democratic presidential candidates and with President Obama. Earlier this month, Clinton's spouse — former president Bill Clinton — wrote a Washington Post op-ed urging the Supreme Court to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act, which he had signed into law in The Supreme Court justices are expected to rule by June on the Defense of Marriage Act, which among other things defines marriage as being between a man and a woman.
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President Barack Obama's shifting stance on gay marriage
Hillary Clinton defends gay rights in strongest speech yet on issue
Funding cuts to Medicare and Medicaid that have been put forward in congressional budget plans threaten health care for vulnerable communities and the progress that has been made toward advancements in HIV research and treatment, Clinton said. In July, President Donald Trump declared, via Twitter, that transgender troops would be barred from serving in the military. Trump's Justice Department has also argued in court that LGBT people are not protected from discrimination under the Civil Rights Act of , reversing a legal position trumpeted by the Obama administration. It also voted against a United Nations resolution that condemned use of the death penalty against those who engage in consensual same-sex relationships. Clinton's record on LGBT rights dates back to her husband's administration, which ushered in the military's now-defunct "don't ask, don't tell" policy and the now-unconstitutional Defense of Marriage Act that restricted federal marriage to a man and woman. Clinton maintained support for that definition during her Senate and first White House campaigns, though she expressed support for civil unions that recognized the legal parity of gay couples. In , then-Secretary of State Clinton delivered a speech in Geneva in which she declared "gay rights are human rights and human rights are gay rights" — a mantra she repeated Saturday night to cheers from the crowd.
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Where is Hillary''s Stand on Gay Rights?
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