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Appeals court upholds same-sex benefits in Arizona
Reuters
9/7/2011
"A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that Arizona must continue for now to provide health care benefits to same-sex partners of state government workers. "The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco upheld a temporary block on a controversial 2009 state law that sought to strip health coverage for gay and lesbian domestic partners of Arizona employees.

Marriage, Relationships and Family Protections

Arizona Law Hurts Us All
The Advocate
5/5/2010
5/5/2010 "The Arizona immigration law is still alive and well... and dangerous, and Lambda Legal's Jon Davidson and Francisco Dueñas says gays and lesbians need to join the fight.

Arizona law to deny gay benefits blocked
The Arizona Republic
7/26/2010
7/24/2010 "A federal judge has blocked Arizona from denying family health insurance to employees' same-sex partners, saying the state violated the equal-protection clause of the U.S. Constitution.

Marriage, Relationships and Family Protections

Arkansan in AIDS discrimination case to visit White House
Arkansas News
10/25/2010
An elderly man evicted from a North Little Rock assisted-living center because he had the virus that causes AIDS is scheduled to attend a White House conference on HIV and aging this week.

HIV

As Same-Sex Marriage Becomes Legal, Some Choices May Be Lost
The New York Times
7/8/2011
Now that same-sex marriage has been legalized in New York, at least a few large companies are requiring their employees to tie the knot if they want their partners to qualify for health insurance.

Employment and Rights in the Workplace | Health Care Fairness | Marriage, Relationships and Family Protections | Same-Sex Relationships

As social media shifts boundaries, a student's suicide shows a darker side
The Philadelphia Inquirer
10/1/2010
10/1/2010

Teens & Young Adults

Asking and Telling Since 1975
The Huffington Post
12/22/2010
December 18 was an historic day: The Senate finally followed the House to repeal the discriminatory "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law. On this vote, Congress lived up to the values that lesbian, gay and bisexual servicemembers swore to defend.

At 100, Boy Scouts say they're still 'essential'
Associated Press
12/16/2009
12/15/2009"Perhaps the biggest long–term jolt to the Scouts, however, came in the form of a legal victory — the June 2000 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court which said the BSA, as a private organization, had a right to exclude gays from its adult and youth ranks.

Atlanta Eagle patrons file federal lawsuit against city
Atlanta Journal Constitution
11/24/2009
11/24/2009"A federal lawsuit was filed Tuesday against the city of Atlanta on behalf of 19 patrons searched and detained during the Sept. 10 raid of the Atlanta Eagle gay bar.

Criminal Justice

Atlanta, police department sued over gay bar raid
Associated Press
11/24/2009
11/24/2009"A national gay rights group filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against the city of Atlanta and the Atlanta Police Department on behalf of 19 people who say they were illegally searched and detained during a late-night raid on a crowded gay bar.

Criminal Justice

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