Partners is dedicated to the proposition that all families deserve equal treatment. Partners provides information, support, and advocacy for same-sex couples and those who serve them. Partners supports the diverse community of committed gay and lesbian partners through a variety of media. Gay and lesbian couples are families who need and deserve the same rights and privileges accorded opposite-sex married couples. To that end, the Task Force asserts the right of same-sex couples to marry and to be recognized as domestic partners due equal benefits and treatment. Return to: Partners: Table of Contents.
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The courts were completely powerless to stop him. Sending little boys back to communist dictatorships was the policy of the Clinton administration. When Arizona merely tried to enforce the federal immigration laws being ignored by the Obama administration, the entire media erupted in rage at this incursion into the majestic power of the president over immigration. They said it was like living in Nazi Germany! But the other parts, allowing state officials to enforce federal immigration laws, were ruled unconstitutional.