Florida

Florida

Travel
The IGLTA board of directors selects the IGLTA Honors recipients from the association’s member businesses in 70 countries and its allies. ...
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National
After more than 40 years together, Hal Birchfield and James Merrick Smith traveled to New York in October 2012 and got married. Tragically, less than a year later, in September 2013, James died at the age of 94. ...
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IGLTA Foundation Now Accepting Applications for 2017 Tourism Scholarships Global program supports development of future leaders in LGBT travel
Travel
The IGLTA Foundation is offering scholarships to attend the 34th Annual Global Convention in St. Petersburg, Florida. ...
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National
LGBT protections were quietly removed after pressure from far-right religious groups and a review from Gov. Rick Scott’s office. ...
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Erika Clark (third from left) with junior varsity cheerleaders/Photo: Robin Clark
Sports
Seventeen-year-old football kicker Erika Clark became the first girl to ever be named to a boys’ Class 4A All-State team in Florida. ...
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Editorial
Many of the same politicians seeking to control women’s bodies are also the ones trying to turn back the clock on LGBT equality. ...
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Travel
Beachfront glamour and poolside parties. Neon nightlife and crazy-eclectic culture. They call Miami the Magic City. ...
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National
Two gay widowers are seeking accurate death certificates for their deceased spouses that acknowledge they were married and recognize them as the surviving spouses. ...
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National
Florida’s refusal to put same-sex spouses on their children’s birth certificates as it does for different-sex spouses violates the ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges. ...
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National
The Miami-Dade Office of Property Appraisal reinstated his homestead exemption tax protections and promised to refund the excess taxes he already paid. ...
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