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LETTER TO COMMUNITY: Love Honor Cherish remains unwavering in its urgent pursuit of marriage equality

We have come so far. To think of the change that has happened in our nation in February alone is mind-boggling. Every day, we move closer towards marriage equality nationwide.

It’s thanks to supporters like you who continue to stand with us with your unwavering support, who continue to tell friends, family and co-workers about the importance of marriage equality, and who refuse to accept second-class citizenship, whether it’s for yourself or your LGBT loved ones.

BREAKING NEWS: Efforts end to put Prop 8 initiative on 2012 ballot

LOS ANGELES -- The efforts to collect signatures to qualify an initiative to repeal California's Proposition 8 law, which bans same-sex marriage, have ceased.

Eric Harrison, interim executive director of Love Honor Cherish, which was leading the efforts, said via email today that the signature-gathering would cease.

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Love Honor Cherish, NOH8 Campaign kick off signature gathering drive for marriage-equality initiative

LOS ANGELES – As the fight to repeal Proposition 8 on the November ballot begins, Love Honor Cherish has partnered with the NOH8 Campaign to create a public education campaign telling voters why marriage equality is important.

The partnership will launch at a party being organized by nonprofit group “Reason to Party” in San Francisco this Sunday, Jan. 22.

Love Honor Cherish initiative would repeal Prop 8

SAN FRANCISCO -- Gay rights group Love Honor Cherish has been given the green light to begin gathering signatures on its initiative to repeal Proposition 8, which bans same-sex marriage, The Associated Press is reporting.

The group must collect 807,615 valid voter signatures by May 14, 2012, to qualify for the ballot for the election on Nov. 6, 2012, according to the Secretary of State's Office.

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Love Honor Cherish's new leader vows to fight for marriage equality in California

LOS ANGELES – Eric Harrison is on a mission to achieve marriage equality and he won’t stop until he gets it. Now the 34-year old Los Angeles resident just landed a job that will allow him to focus 100% percent of his time fighting for that goal.