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ACLU Files Suit For Recognition Of Utah Marriages

The 1,200 couples who married legally should be recognized as such

January 21, 2014 News

Vermont Inn Pays $30K to Settle Anti-LGBT Discrimination Lawsuit

No, Catholic innkeepers, your discriminatory religious beliefs do not entitle you to a special exemption from fair housing and public accommodations laws. (That would be

August 24, 2012 Blog

What The Hell Is Wrong With Tennessee?

I’m working on a story right now on the boys in Gibson County, Tennessee, who were assaulted while trying to attend a service at one

October 04, 2011 Blog

Don’t Just Sit Around Stewing. Join Organizations.

Folks, if you’re not a member of the ACLU…. …or Americans United for the Separation of Church and State… …or People for the American Way…

September 27, 2011 Blog

California School District Under Fire For Pattern Of Anti-Gay Discrimination

In the Perris Union High School District in Southern California’s Inland Empire, the problem of anti-gay bullying and discrimination seems to be institutional: Students and

March 14, 2011 Blog

New Lawsuits Filed Against DOMA

New York Times: Ms. Pedersen and Ms. Meitzen plan to file a lawsuit Tuesday against the government in an effort to strike down the Defense

November 09, 2010 Blog

Mississippi Corrections Officer Fired for Being Gay; ACLU Suing

As Joe says, this is why we need ENDA: On June 14, while at home and off-duty, [Corrections officer Andre] Cooley called 911 after his

October 18, 2010 Blog

Margaret Witt Wins DADT Case; Judge Orders Her Reinstated to Air Force

This is awesome.  The wins keep coming in court: A federal judge on Friday ordered the reinstatement of an Air Force nurse discharged from the

September 27, 2010 Blog

ACLU Wants Stronger Free-Speech Clause in Senate Hate-Crimes Bill

The American Civil Liberties Union is requesting that Senate Bill 909, the Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act, be amended to include additional free-speech protections

July 21, 2009 Blog

‘True Tolerance’? Tennessee Students ‘Protected’ from Gay Health, Science, Education Sites

“True Tolerance,” a campaign of Focus on the Family that enjoys promotional support from Exodus International, may be having an impact upon public schools: As

April 15, 2009 Blog
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