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But the more than 5, White House documents made public for the first time Thursday offer what could be a political silver lining for Hillary Clinton as she prepared to announce her second presidential bid. An order forbidding contractors from discriminating against gays and lesbians was eventually issued by the White House, but not until last year — some two presidencies later. Other memos made public this week at the Clinton Library show aides to Hillary Clinton worked to defeat an effort spearheaded by Rep.

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Clinton later cited that brief when, in a Washington Post op-edhe called for the law he signed to be struck down by the court. There is no contemporaneous evidence, however, to support the claim that the Clinton White House considered a possible federal constitutional amendment to be a concern, based on a BuzzFeed News review of the thousands of documents released earlier this year by the Clinton Presidential Library about same-sex couples' marriage rights and the Defense of Marriage Act. In the days since, many longtime LGBT advocates have called the comments inaccurate — and her leading opponent for the Democratic nomination, Bernie Sanders, who voted against the legislation as a congressman, criticized her implicitly but sharply, onstage at the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in Iowa.

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Jump to navigation. All 17 contenders, including the winner, Donald J. One accomplishment that has received scant attention is that she ushered gay rights onto the international stage.

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In one of the strongest statements ever from a presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton on Saturday pledged to defend gay and lesbian Americans against efforts to deny them of their rights. Clinton told her audience that a second Clinton presidency would be dedicated to protecting the rights of LGBT Americans and expanding them further. Hillary Clinton has since spoken out against these measures.

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Thanks to the hard work of generations of LGBT advocates and activists who fought to make it possible, our country won a landmark victory last June when the Supreme Court recognized that in America, LGBT couples—like everyone else—have the right to marry the person they love. Press enter to search. Home About Latest Policy Contact.

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Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Hillary Clinton pledged to champion new federal laws banning discrimination against gays and lesbians and warned that Republican presidential candidates will try to undo a Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality, among other protections, if elected. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.

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You are now logged in. Forgot your password? As President, Bill Clinton infuriated many in the gay community by signing into law the Defense of Marriage Act DOMAwhich blocked federal recognition of same-sex marriages, and "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," which required gay members of the military to remain in the closet about their sexual orientation or be ejected from service.

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Washington CNN As recently as a year ago, Hillary Clinton was sparring with a public radio host about her position on same-sex marriage, defending her past reticence to discuss the issue and falling well short of full-throated support. Now, in a markedly new position, Clinton is offering just that, calling gay marriage a right afforded by the Constitution. As a candidate inClinton opposed same-sex marriage, supporting the idea of civil unions instead.

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Clinton has been a vocal backer of gay rights. But she had hedged when it came to marriage, saying she advocated expansion of marriage rights for same-sex couples on a state-by-state basis. That changed this week as a Supreme Court case looms in which advocates will ask the justices to strike down the remaining state laws that ban same-sex marriages. The shift was first reported by BuzzFeed.

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