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Religious Leaders Affirm Their Support for Gay People's Freedom to Marry 02/07/2001

(CHICAGO, February 7, 2001) With Valentine's Day approaching, many couples are celebrating their special relationships, and take for granted their freedom to marry. But lesbian and gay couples, despite great advances, still are barred from civil marriage, its social recognition, as well as hundreds of legal protections.

Illinois Judicial Panel Files Complaint Against Judge for Blocking Gay Adoptions 02/05/2001

(CHICAGO, February 5, 2001) — The Judicial Inquiry Board of Illinois issued an eight-count complaint Monday against a Cook County judge for allowing her anti-gay biases to interfere with adoptions sought by two lesbian families. The inquiry board will prosecute the complaint and seek appropriate sanctions before the Illinois Courts Commission.

Adoption and Parenting
Anti-Gay Bias Prevalent in California Court System, New Report Says 02/02/2001

Fair Courts Project
Lambda to Brief Media on Key Issues in Gay Civil Rights for 2001 01/30/2001

(LOS ANGELES) — Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund will describe key national and regional civil rights concerns for the year at a media briefing in Los Angeles, said Lambda Executive Director Kevin M. Cathcart.

Fair Courts Project
Mixed Record on AIDS Calls for Pointed Questioning of HHS Nominee 01/17/2001

Anti-LGBT Rulings, Laws and Amendments
John Ashcroft is Not Qualified to Be Attorney General 01/12/2001

Damages in Boys Dont Cry Murder Argued Before Nebraska Supreme Court 01/11/2001

Transgender Rights
Lesbian Journalist Vindicated in Employment Discrimination Claims 12/14/2000

LAMBDA ISSUES 2000 WORLD AIDS DAY REPORT CARD 11/27/2000

(NEW YORK, November 27, 2000) — Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, with its fifth annual World AIDS Day report card, handed out dunce caps to Texas’ top health official and the New York Catholic diocese’s new bishop for their failures in responding to the AIDS epidemic.

HIV
Air Transport Association v. City and County of San Francisco 11/10/2000

(LOS ANGELES, November 10, 2000) — Helping fend off attacks from the airline industry and a conservative Christian group, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund again stands with San Francisco in defense of the city’s landmark Equal Benefits Ordinance.

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