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Today in Texas History: Court strikes down sodomy law
The Houston Chronicle
6/26/2010
6/26/2010 "On this date in 2003, the Supreme Court, in a landmark decision, repealed Texas' 'Homosexual Conduct' law, in a 6-3 decision, declaring laws against sodomy unconstitutional.

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

Fair Courts Project

Scared Straight: Pushing the Panic Button
Philadelphia Daily News
6/23/2010
6/23/2010 "Although there's no standard definition of the 'gay panic' defense, it rests on the defendant's being so offended or shocked by sexual advances from a person of the same gender that the defendant assaults or kills the victim.

Criminal Justice

Menace to Society? Prosecutors Using Harsher Laws in HIV Criminalization
BlackAIDS.org
6/21/2010
6/21/2010

HIV

Hawaii Waits On Civil Unions, Gay and Straight
Time
6/20/2010
6/20/2010

Prop 8 closing: Fear v. Equality
Keen News Service
6/16/2010
6/16/2010

Prop. 8 Judge Raises Tough Questions
The Advocate
6/9/2010
6/9/2010 "The federal judge presiding over a lawsuit challenging Proposition 8, California's anti-marriage equality measure, has distributed to attorneys on both sides a list of 39 questions to be addressed during closing arguments next week.

IRS adopts state domestic-partner property law
San Francisco Chronicle
6/3/2010
6/3/2010 "In a significant move for same-sex couples, the Internal Revenue Service has decided to recognize California's community property law and treat the income earned by California registered domestic partners as community property income for federal income tax purposes.

Activists, advocates applaud dismissal of bio-terrorism charges
The Michigan Messenger
6/3/2010
6/3/2010 "In a written opinion dismissing a charge of bio-terrorism against a 45-year-old HIV-positive man, Macomb County Circuit Court Judge Peter Maceroni ruled that the mere fact a person is HIV-positive is not enough to accuse him or her of unlawfully possessing a harmful biological substance.

HIV

LA County Votes to Boycott Arizona After Public Hearing with Gay Testimony
LGBT POV
6/2/2010
06/02/2010 "The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors heard hours of contentious public testimony Tuesday before voting 3 to 2 to boycott Arizona over SB 1070, the state's controversial 'papers, please' illegal immigration law that requires law enforcement to ask anyone they 'suspect' of being an 'illegal alien' to produce documented proof of American citizenship.

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