Martha Mc Leod, 88, said she's often the only Greenville native at community functions.
In the 2011 legislative session, we educated and received commitment from Senate leadership this bill will NOT exclude the LGBT community!
No matter what form it takes, from lobbying our legislators to holding a successful protect rally, we are committed to continuing our safe schools initiatives and ensuring that all studentsgay or straightare free from violence, abuse, and harassment at school.
A Highway Patrol trooper and her partner will be the first South Carolinians to challenge the state's constitutional amendment banning gay marriage and civil unions in the wake of the US Supreme Court's landmark decision striking down parts of the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
Trooper Katherine Bradacs and Tracie Goodwin and their attorney, John Nichols, filed a lawsuit in US District Court on Aug. The suit challenges the Palmetto State's Defense of Marriage Law and a 2007 amendment to the state constitution.
They both ban same sex marriage and recognition of those marriages performed outside the state.