(Worthy News)--The dust didn't settle on the Supreme Court's landmark gay marriage ruling before advocates began announcing their next agenda items in the fight for equality, the Washington Times reported.
Top gay-rights issues include protections for sexual minorities in jobs, housing, health care, senior services and in the treatment of youth, in and out of school.
On the other side, religious freedom must be shored up legally, and churches should take immediate action to clarify their statements of faith and policies on weddings and facilities, traditional-values advocates said.
Meanwhile, this weekend promises to be "quite energetic" as New York City, Chicago and San Francisco host Gay Pride parades. --Source
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