...Democrat Jerry Brown won California’s gubernatorial race to succeed outgoing governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Mr Brown, who was the state’s attorney-general, declined to defend the state’s gay marriage ban in court this year.
In the Florida senate race, governor Charlie Crist was beaten by Republican contender Marco Rubio. During his campaign, Mr Crist had reversed on much of his position on gay rights, promising a raft of new equality measures. Mr Rubio is a Tea Party candidate who is expected to hold conservative views on gay rights.
The US’ largest gay group, Human Rights Campaign, said that while an “anti-gay” Republican leadership in the House would impede federal legislative efforts, anti-gay candidates did not fare well against “fair-minded” opponents...
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Spokesman for embattled Belgian archbishop quits, cites loss of trust - November 2, 2010 – Reuters
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maybe, there will exist a well-informed, well considered and yet fervent public conviction that the most deadly of
all possible sins is the mutilation of a child’s spirit.”