Out of the things listed that he hasn't already worked on (he's working on health care and foreign relations, AFAIK), pass some gay rights laws. It's kind of frustrating that in every state that I know of except California, it is still legal to refuse to hire someone based on their sexual orientation, and in most states, they can't marry. Oh, but we have these things called "civil unions" that are almost the same! And, because of the DOMA (Defense of Marriage Act), states can refuse to recognize gay marriages. So, even if I and my theoretical boyfriend went to Massachusetts to get married, it would only count in Massachusetts. It's not as bad as, say, the African-Americans had it back in the 50's and 60's, but it is still far from equal.