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Four states held primary elections on Tuesday - each of which had some connection to LGBT issues.
Last month, the Oregon Insurance Division of the state’s Department of Consumer and Business Services quietly issued a bulletin that constitutes a monumental new protection for transgender people in the state.
A gay auditor at the D.C.-based Air Transport Association of America filed a lawsuit in September charging the group with paying him a “substantially” lower salary than others with similar job duties because of his sexual orientation.
Oregon already tried rushing into gay marriage. It didn't work.
Yesterday, to raise awareness of violence targeting gay people, Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts declared, "I want to come together as a community and make sure we connect and do the right things for every part of our community."
Supporters of gay marriage are hoping national momentum behind gay marriage laws help make this the year Rhode Island joins the rest of New England in allowing same-sex couples to wed.
It's stalled in Springfield, but supporters of Illinois' gay marriage bill say they believe it will pass this week. Sunday, the archdiocese of Chicago used that platform to remind parishioners were the church stands.
When news surfaced on December 18 that Spencer Cox, one of the most important HIV treatment activists going back more than two decades, had died of AIDS-related causes at a Manhattan hospital at the age of 44, a haunting video clip of the Georgia native soon surfaced on Facebook.
A proposed state law would change the way that Alabama public schools teach lessons on LGBT people and birth control.