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Elena Kagan: Would she turn Supreme Court into We the People?
The Christian Science Monitor
6/25/2010
6/25/2010

Fair Courts Project

Ending the Failed Experiment: A High Court Marriage Challenge to Civil Unions in New Jersey
The Huffington Post
3/24/2010
3/24/2010

Equality Revoked: Lambda Legal asks a court to restore domestic-partner benefits for state employees
Tuscon Weekly
7/6/2010
7/1/2010 "The last time the state of Arizona seemed even remotely forward-thinking was in the fall of 2008, when then-Gov. Janet Napolitano approved benefits for all domestic partners of state employees.

Marriage, Relationships and Family Protections

Even in Iowa, married gays are still unequal in work benefits
Omaha World-Herald
6/30/2009
6/30/2009"Three months have passed since the Iowa Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, and gay couples are finding out that being married doesn't necessarily translate into spousal health benefits.

Existing gay marriages now on a great divide
Los Angeles Times
3/7/2009
03/07/2009"...The California Supreme Court's signal Thursday that it would uphold Proposition 8 but still recognize 18,000 existing same-sex marriages raised questions and concerns about the prospect of being a minority within a minority ? part of an exclusive club whose doors have been closed to others.

Facing Discrimination Issues
Provider Magazine
7/31/2009
7/2009

Health Care Fairness | HIV

Federal enforcement of marriage act is changing
San Francisco Chronicle
7/25/2011
"President Obama says the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional, and he wants Congress to repeal it. But until a court strikes the law down, he says, he will continue to enforce it, denying federal benefits to same-sex couples. "That enforcement policy, however, is undergoing changes.

Federal judge rules in favor of state Capitol aide fired for gender changered for gender change
Atlanta Journal Constitution
7/7/2010
7/7/2010 "A federal court has ruled in favor of a former Georgia state legislative aide who claimed she was fired after telling her boss she would come to work dressed as woman as she transitioned from man to woman.

Federal law excluding gay marriage is under siege
Christian Science Monitor
7/9/2009
7/9/2009"Five years after it became the first state to marry same-sex couples, Massachusetts is taking on the federal government's definition of marriage.

Anti-LGBT Rulings, Laws and Amendments

Federal lawsuit claims Agnesian doctor denied surgery to woman with AIDS
Fon du Lac Reporter
2/12/2009
2/12/2009"Lambda Legal and the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin filed a lawsuit today in federal court against Agnesian HealthCare claiming one of its physicians refused to treat a patient with HIV.

Health Care Fairness | HIV

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