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You Might Not Have Noticed, But 2009 Was a Banner Year For LGBT Rights in America

So you didn’t get ENDA. Or a repeal of DOMA or DADT. But did 2009 was actually a banner year for gay rights legislation?

In a state-by-state analysis of LGBT equality legislation, the Human Rights Campaign finds more bills passed in 2009 than any year since 2006. Moreover, more bills — dealing with everything from adoption to domestic partnerships and marriage to anti-discrimination protections — were introduced. That’s actually pretty great news, and these “report card” things are one of the reasons HRC is not entirely a useless organization.