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Armed Forces Fail to Comply with DOD Rules on Transgender Personnel, Report

Armed Forces Fail to Comply with DOD Rules on Transgender Personnel, Report

In May, both Chuck Hagel and the White House indicated openness to re-evaluating the Pentagon’s ban, but no review has been initiated.

HRC Co-Founder Charged with Third-Degree Sodomy, Abuse

Terrence Bean was arrested after six-month investigation that started with allegations that he secretly recorded videos having sex with men in his bedroom.

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Mayor Circulates Draft Medical Marijuana Ordinance

Murray’s Office of Policy and Innovation has drafted proposed ordinance that would govern the production and sale of medical marijuana products in Seattle.

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U.S. Supreme Court Asked to Review Louisiana Marriage Case

Lambda Legal, Forum Equality Louisiana and seven same-sex Louisiana couples asked SCOTUS to review September’s ruling upholding Louisiana’s marriage ban.

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U.S. Supreme Court Clears Way for Same-Sex Couples to Marry in South Carolina

Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court denied the motion filed by South Carolina’s Attorney General to further delay the start of marriage for same-sex couples.

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Judge Rules in Favor of Marriage Equality in Montana

Referencing family values, the divorce rate and procreation, Judge Brian Morris issued a ruling in favor of the freedom to marry Wednesday in Montana.

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Civil Rights Groups to Obama: Don’t Exclude LGBT Immigrants

The law prevents most LGBT undocumented persons from adopting children, but these immigrants have developed family connections via peaceful U.S. residency.

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Fourth Circuit Rejects Attempt to Delay Marriage in South Carolina

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit denied South Carolina’s motion to stay last week’s ruling striking down the state’s marriage ban.

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Texas for Marriage Launches in the Lone Star State

Freedom to Marry and Equality Texas launched a public education campaign to amplify the bipartisan momentum for the freedom to marry in the Lone Star State.

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Judge Denies South Dakota’s Motion to Dismiss Marriage Ban

South Dakota’s marriage equality lawsuit is moving forward after U.S. Judge Schreier rejected the State’s motion for the case to be dismissed on Friday.

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