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The Evolving Politics of Gay Rights

January 24, 2014

There are now eight openly gay members of Congress. But it wasn't always this way. National Journal explores the changing political history of the LGBT rights movement.

This video appears as part of National Journal's inaugural "Gay Washington" issue.

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