The biggest LGBT news, wins & stories of the 2014

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QueerView: Year In Review

Huge strides were made building off the momentum of 2013, making 2014 one of the biggest years for the LGBT community.

Progress was made for same sex marriage and the many obstacles for gay rights and equality were challenged. Gay couples can now wed in 35 states and the District of Columbia.

2015 should be an exciting year for the future of the marriage movement. There are federal marriage cases in states including Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Louisiana & Tennessee.

Janson Wu joins Huffpost Live to reflect on some of the biggest decisions, changes, and news of 2014 for LGBT progress and what to expect in the new year.

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