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Supreme Court Marriage Case Scheduled for April 28

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“We are poised to make our case to the Supreme Court and are ready for this next chapter in the history of the freedom to marry in this ...
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PHOTOS: Transparent, The Comeback, The Case Against 8 Stars Join Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics ‘Winners Toast’

Galeca Awards Toast 2015
Entertainment
In an intimate capper to the 2014/15 awards season, celebrities, industry execs and L.A.-area members of the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA) gathered Sunday at Hollywood’s The Pikey Café ...
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UW Q Center Launches LGBT Policy Study Abroad Program

Directer of the University of Washington Q Center, Jen Self (left) and Co-Director Jaimée Marsh (right) will take 15 students to Barcelona this summer on the UW's first LGBT focused program.
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Fifteen students will board a flight to Barcelona this August as part of the University of Washington’s first LGBT-focused study abroad program. ...
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Alabama Court Recognizes Same-Sex Parent Adoptions

Alabama Court of Civil Appeals unanimously held that a second parent adoption granted to now separated same-sex parents must be recognized.
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Alabama Court of Civil Appeals unanimously held that a second parent adoption granted to now separated same-sex parents must be recognized. ...
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Federal Job-Protected FMLA Rights Extended to Same-Sex Married Couples

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Workers in legal, same-sex marriages will now have the same rights as those in opposite-sex marriages to federal job-protected leave under FMLA. ...
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BLgTUSA Tour Adds Flavor to LBGT Rights Movement

Edie Windsor and BLgTUSA
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BLgTUSA – a campaign across all 50 states is connecting the BLT sandwich to LGBT rights. BLgTUSA is partnering chefs and restaurants with LGBT centers. ...
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Opera Star Joyce DiDonato Takes A Stand At Stonewall

Joyce DiDonato performs NPR Music Field Recording Video as a tribute to victims of intolerance and injustice.
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Opera singer Joyce DiDonato performs NPR Music Field Recording Video as a tribute to victims of intolerance and injustice. ...
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Ruling: Michigan Must Respect Marriages of 300 Same-Sex Couples

Michigan must respect the marriages of the approximately 300 same-sex couples who married after a judge struck down marriage discrimination last March.
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Michigan must respect the marriages of the approximately 300 same-sex couples who married after a judge struck down marriage discrimination last March. ...
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Widow Sues FedEx for Refusing Survivor Benefits

The widow of a longtime FedEx employee sued FedEx for refusing to provide her with federally required spousal pension benefits solely because both spouses were women.
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The widow of a longtime FedEx employee sued for refusing to provide federally required spousal pension benefits solely because both spouses were women. ...
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Marriage Equality: Louisiana Gets Its Day in Court

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Friday the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit heard oral arguments in Robicheaux v. Caldwell, the appeal challenging Louisiana’s marriage ban. ...
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