Thursday, August 4, 2011

American Psychological Association Votes 157-0 to Support Marriage Equality

Yesterday, the world's largest organization of psychologists took its strongest stand to date supporting full marriage equity, a move that will likely have a big impact on the national debate. The policymaking body of the American Psychological Association (APA) unanimously approved the resolution 157-0. Since 2004, the APA has filed 11 amicus briefs supporting same-sex marriage cases.

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