Democratic presidential hopefuls will face off in a public forum on LGBTQ issues this fall. The event, slated for National Coming Out Day on October 10, marks the first time Democratic candidates have debated queer issues since 2008, when Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Dennis Kucinich, and Barack Obama faced off in a Human Rights Campaign Foundation forum.
Republican Gov. Charlie Baker signed the bill into law after it passed with overwhelming support in the House and Senate.
While yesterday was a whirlwind, today things came to a screeching halt. We found out one of our cars has a failing alternator and the other had a shorted out headlight socket. We were lucky we had a family member who was able to come over and work on them for us, though we will have to order a new alternator before we can use both cars again.
It took most of the day, too many starts and stops, some mistakes and more than a little cursing but I finally have my computer up and running. I still have a lot to get done but the heavy lifting is finished.
Spent all day running from one side of town to the other and just now got back home. Now it’s time to get something to eat and try and relax.
Hope everyone has a good night.