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Judge denies divorce for lesbian couple
Associated Press
2/6/2011
"The Nebraska Constitution prevents gay couples who've married in other states from getting divorces in Nebraska, a state judge told a lesbian couple seeking an end to their 2003 marriage.

Illinois gay rights groups launch civil union tracker
Rockford Register Star
2/4/2011
2/4/2011 "Two gay rights organizations have launched a way to track the couples who take advantage of Illinois' newly signed civil unions law. "Lambda Legal and Equality Illinois say their civil union tracker aims to make sure same-sex and different-sex couples are treated fairly under the law.

Transgender employee fired by state awaits ruling
The Atlanta Journal Constitution
2/3/2011
2/2/2011 "Vandy Beth Glenn still has the box she packed more than three years ago after being told to empty out her office. "Though the legislative editor -- hired as a man in 2005 and fired roughly two years later after informing a supervisor she was undergoing gender transition -- was reinstated last August, the box remains untouched.

Community Leaders: Francisco Dueñas
Adelante
2/1/2011
February 2011 Francisco Dueñas, Coordinator of Lambda Legal's Proyecto Igualdad, was profiled in a cover story about Latino LGBT community leaders.

Scores debate same-sex marriage at House hearing
Des Moines Register
2/1/2011
2/1/2011 "Iowans' deep and divided emotions over marriage rights spilled out onto the House floor Monday night, the eve of a House vote on a resolution to begin the process to amend the state's constitution to ban same-sex marriage." Watch Lambda Legal plaintiffs Jen and Dawn BarbouRoske speak in the video below:

Ind. School District Settles With Trans Student
The Advocate
1/28/2011
1/28/2011 "Lambda Legal has reached a settlement with the Gary, Ind., school district, in the case of a transgender student who was barred from attending prom in a dress in 2006, and the district has adopted LGBT-inclusive policies as part of it.

Transgender Rights | Teens & Young Adults

Full federal appeals court hears whether La. must put 2 adoptive dads on birth certificate
Associated Press
1/18/2011
1/18/2011 "The question of whether Louisiana must put both parents' names on birth certificates of children adopted by gay couples goes before 16 federal appeals court judges on Wednesday.

Court: Texas Can't Stop Gay Divorce That's Granted
Fox News
1/10/2011
1/10/2011 "The Texas attorney general can't block a divorce granted to two women who were legally married elsewhere, an appeals court ruled Friday.

Marriage, Relationships and Family Protections

Prop. 8 legal battle has implications for all ballot measures
San Diego Union-Tribune
1/9/2011
1/9/2011 "The legal battle over same-sex marriage in California pivoted back last week to the state Supreme Court to answer a legal question that will affect not only gays and lesbians who want to marry.

Marriage, Relationships and Family Protections

North Carolina Ruling Jeopardizes Same-Sex Families
Keen News Service
12/29/2010
12/28/2010 "The North Carolina Supreme Court on December 20 voided the adoption by a lesbian mother of the child who she and her former partner, the biological mother, were raising together. The ruling jeopardizes the legality of all other such 'second-parent adoptions' in the state.

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