Posts by Brian Teets, Legal Intern

Meet two judges who just made history

Two openly gay judges, Darrin Gayles and Staci Yandle, joined the federal bench yesterday.Read More

Obama to sign executive action for workplace LGBT equality

President Obama is expected to sign the order, but it is unknown when he will do so.Read More

More religious organizations join lawsuit for marriage equality in North Carolina

The Central Conference of American Rabbis, All Souls Episcopal Cathedral, and MORE SPECIFICALLY Baptists have joined the United Church of Christ in a lawsuit that challenges North Carolina's constitutional amendment banning marriage equality. Read More

VIDEO: Panelists in Boston discuss India's criminalization of LGBT couples

Yesterday in Boston at the Fenway Health Center, the South Asian Arts Council presented a panel to discuss the ongoing LGBT conflict in India.Read More

Live proud and meet Adam Lambert

AT&T launched its second annual “Live Proud” campaign in honor of Pride Month, and you can be a part of it.Read More

Every state now challenges ban on marriage equality

Last Friday, North Dakota became the final state to file a lawsuit that challenges the ban on marriage for same-sex couples.Read More

Breaking Through tells the story of LGBT people and public service

Breaking Through is a documentary that explores the lives and careers of LGBT policymakers like Senator Tammy Baldwin and former Congressman Barney Frank, as well as county commissioners and local judges.Read More

NOM's attempts to flout democracy are still illegal, courts find

The National Organization for Marriage, the once-powerful anti-LGBT group who has not had a victory since early 2012, has mostly been in the headlines because of its attempts to withhold donor information from courts. Read More
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