Recent Victories

All year long, Lambda Legal wins legal victories for LGBT people and people with HIV who seek full and equal rights—on the job, as parents and couples, in health care, school, our communities and in all aspects of our lives.

Below are case summaries for our recent legal victories.

Case in which a same-sex married couple sued the Connecticut Department of Public Health because it refused to list both men as fathers of their twins born through a gestational surrogate.
Case arguing to preserve insurance benefits for same-sex couples after they are threatened by antigay group
Case arguing against a residential center's withholding of prescription hormone medication and punishment of gender expression for a transgender woman
Landmark case that struck down a Colorado voter initiative that would have stripped lesbians and gay men of civil rights protection.
Case arguing against a custody arrangement that is contingent on the children being blocked from seeing their HIV positive aunt
Case arguing for a Mexican man to receive asylum in the United States after suffering severe antigay harassment and abuse in his native country
Case arguing to protect the rights of gay and lesbian parents to be fully recognized as such, even if they are not biologically related to their children
Case that won the right for same-sex couples to marry in Iowa
Case arguing for a student's right to be protected from antigay harassment

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