Hubbard changed his tone after Todd’s threat, putting out a statement calling her a “friend” and saying he was “sorry” if
On Sunday night, U.S. District Court Judge Callie Granade issued a two-week stay on her ruling, meaning that same-sex couples
Paul Hard joins HuffPost Live to explain why he is suing the state of Alabama.
Hard spent part of the session arming the queer students in the audience with humorous responses to insensitive questions
Still, Todd didn't think that this latest resolution would reach a vote, much less pass. In an interview with HuffPost last
The Huffington Post spoke with Todd about how being gay is no longer a campaign issue in her district, her relationship with her Republican colleagues, and why she'd never leave Alabama.
Alabama's Openly Gay Lawmaker Discusses Reelection, GOP Colleagues And Why She'd Never Leave Her State
A number of youth groups have taken up the cause and are great advocates for the issue. They include Advocates for Youth
"I think that we can strike the homophobic part of the law, but it's going to be an uphill challenge for me," Todd continued