First openly gay U.S. senator reflects on 100 days in office

Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., discusses her first 100 days in office in interviews with the Washington Blade and Metro Weekly, a period in which LGBT issues have played a central role in national politics. Lawmakers in both parties came out in favor of marriage equality during that time as the issue was being considered by the Supreme Court. "I think sometimes you see elected officials leading, sometimes you see elected officials following. As long as they get to the right place, I celebrate either way," Baldwin said.

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