Wyoming law school hosts discussion on marriage equality

2014-03-29T10:00:00Z Wyoming law school hosts discussion on marriage equalityStar-Tribune staff Casper Star-Tribune Online
March 29, 2014 10:00 am  • 

Three same-sex marriage advocates will speak on marriage equality efforts in Wyoming and elsewhere at 7 p.m. Monday at the University of Wyoming College of Law, Room 186.

The law school student organization Advocates and Allies is hosting the panel discussion. Advocates and Allies supports students with diverse gender and sexual identities.

Speakers will be Sara Eisenberg, attorney for the city and county of San Francisco, Jaime Huling, attorney for the National Center for Lesbian Rights and Jeran Artery, chairman of Wyoming Equality, which recently launched Wyoming Unites for Marriage to support marriage equality.

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    KeithPullman - March 30, 2014 2:37 pm
    There is no good reason to deny we must keep evolving until an adult, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, monogamy, or polyamory is free to share love, sex, residence, and marriage (or any of those without the others) with any & all consenting adults, without prosecution, bullying, or discrimination. The limited same-gender freedom to marry is a great step, but it is not full marriage equality. Stand up for every adult's right to marry any consenting adult(s). Get on the right side of history!
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