The Daily Word in pride, reproductive rights and North Valley peacockalypse
Oh! Susana, won't you try (to put aside your personal beliefs and simply lead) for us? Read her whole paragraph sidestep at Roundhouse Roundup.
ACLU adds three same-sex couples to its lawsuit against New Mexico. That brings the plaintiff total to five loving couples being denied equal rights.
Attorney General Gary King said, "I think the language in today’s DOMA/Windsor ruling should be quite helpful to our courts in determining the constitutionality of New Mexico’s statutes that prevent same sex marriage."
In reproductive rights news, Gov. Goodhair aka Rick Perry is recalling senators for a second special session starting July 1 to deal with abortion regulation, transportation funding and juvenile sentencing standards—and the world will be watching. (Editor's note: #fiveclinics #approx13point03milliontexaswomen #legalabortionsareatleastninetimessaferthanchildbirth)
There's a peacockalypse brewing in the North Valley, y'all.
Kirtland's jet fuel cleanup system is on the fritz.
Today is National HIV Testing Day, and New Mexico Aids Services is hosting a testing event—featuring free, onsite, anonymous oral and rapid testing—from noon to 6 p.m. at 625 Truman NE. Know your status.
Nelson Mandela's condition improved overnight, but it's still critical.
The Guardian's Katie Rogers ISO tips for lodging and late lunch and dinner recommendations in the City Different. Share your tips via Twitter @KatieRogers.
I'm psyched to rep the Alibi at PrideFest this year. Stop by our exhibitor booth and say howdy, y'all. And don't forget to check out Julian Wolf's terrific article on pride in Burque, "Pride and Perspective."