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Supreme Court Refuses Body Scanner Case
 Supreme Court 
 Refuses Body 
 Scanner Case 

Supreme Court Refuses Body Scanner Case

A rundown of cases the court refused to hear as new session open

(Newser) - The new Supreme Court term, which begins today, won't include a review of TSA body scanners: Justices have refused to take on a man's appeal in a case against the machines, which was also dismissed by federal courts in Florida and Washington, the AP reports. Nor will justices...

Now Defending Gay Marriage: Cheerios

General Mills' CEO declares company's opposition to gay-marriage ban

(Newser) - Politics may be coming to the cereal aisle. General Mills jumped into the gay marriage debate Wednesday, as CEO Ken Powell appeared at an LGBT pride event to declare the company's opposition to a proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage in its home state of Minnesota, the Minneapolis Star ...

Anti-Gay Marriage Group's Plan: Divide Gays, Blacks

National Organization for Marriage also wanted to recruit Hispanics

(Newser) - The National Organization for Marriage came right out and admitted—in previously confidential documents—that a goal of one of its projects was "to drive a wedge between gays and blacks." The group wanted to "fan the hostility" over gay marriage and divide black voters and gay...

Next for Miss California: $1.5M Marriage Ad Campaign

She's heading to DC on behalf of conservative group

(Newser) - Carrie Prejean is going to push “opposite marriage” in a new $1.5 million ad campaign bankrolled by same-sex opponent National Organization for Marriage, CNN reports. The group says the ad will call “gay-marriage advocates to account for their unwillingness to debate the real issue: gay marriage has...

Colbert Fights 'Gay Storm'
 Colbert Fights 'Gay Storm' 

Colbert Fights 'Gay Storm'

(Newser) - Stephen Colbert has taken up the cause against gay marriage, the Huffington Post reports. A recent web ad from the National Organization for Marriage—which apparently was serious—featured a “rainbow coalition” of actors solemnly declaring, “A storm is coming.” That, and New York's move toward legalizing...

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