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Amy Klobuchar's Public Statements on Issue: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Office: U.S. Senate (MN) - Sr, Democratic
Date Title
Oct. 26, 2015 Letter to Carolyn Colvin, Acting Commissioner of the Social Security Administration, and Loretta Lynch, Attorney General - Implement Supreme Court Marriage Equality Decisions
Oct. 26, 2015 Letter to Carolyn W. Colvin, Acting Commissioner of the Social Security Administration and Loretta Lynch, Attoney General - Lawmakers Call on Social Security Administration to Treat Same-Sex Marriages Equally
May 21, 2015 Letter to Ashton Carter, Secretary of Defense - Prevent Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation
March 6, 2015 Brief of 167 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and 44 U.S. Senators as Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioners
Oct. 10, 2014 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Special Envoy for LGBT Human Rights within U.S. Department of State
March 18, 2014 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Merkley Leads Over 200 Members of Congress in Calling for Executive Order Protecting LGBT Workers from Workplace Discrimination
Nov. 6, 2013 Drug Quality and Security Act-- Motion to Proceed
June 26, 2013 Klobuchar Statement on Supreme Court Decisions on Same-Sex Marriage
March 22, 2013 Letter to Secretary of State John Kerry - Combating Gender-Based Violence Abroad
March 1, 2013 212 Members of Congress File Historic Amicus Brief on DOMA Case before U.S. Supreme Court
Feb. 14, 2013 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - LGBT Workplace Discrimination
Sept. 21, 2012 Don't Ask, Don't Tell
Dec. 18, 2010 SBIR/STTR Reauthorization Act of 1999--Continued
Dec. 18, 2010 Klobuchar Statement on Repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Policy
Dec. 16, 2010 MSNBC "Rachel Maddow Show" - Transcript
April 9, 2010 MSNBC "Hardball with Chris Matthews" - Transcript
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