Pride Fund To End Gun Violence looks to the November mid-terms for answers

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Pride Fund To End Gun Violence founder and executive director Jason Lindsay remembers in detail the moment he decided to start the organization.

“It all began the day of Pulse,” Lindsay recalls. “I was watching the news like so many other people and saw the tragedy unfold and a pivotal moment was seeing a mom, Christine Leinonen, who was waiting to find out whether her son had survived or not, and she pleaded in a clip that’s been played over and over again asking for somebody to please do something about the assault weapons.”

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Denise Juneau becomes first lesbian to seek congressional seat in Montana

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Helena, Mont. (AP) – Montana superintendent of schools Denise Juneau says she is committed to a school system “free of bullying, prejudice, or hate.”

The statement from the Democrat running for U.S. Congress comes in the wake of news reports focusing on her sexual orientation.

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San Diego PAC fined for ethics violations

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San Diego (AP) – A political action committee formed by opponents of a former San Diego city councilman has been fined $7,500 for violating campaign disclosure laws.

Conservatives for Gay Rights Supporting Carl DeMaio made calls and distributed leaflets stating that DeMaio is gay. The leaflets showed him standing near a man dressed in drag.

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