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California Department of Industrial Relations Vindicates Lesbian Teacher 06/20/2000

(LOS ANGELES, June 20, 2000) — Another California school district has been ordered to stop transferring students from a gay teacher’s classroom because such action is a form of employment discrimination, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund said Tuesday.

Employment and Rights in the Workplace
California Court Rules Antigay Initiative Must Be Portrayed Truthfully 08/18/2005

California Court of Appeals Upholds $300,000 Award to Bullied Pair of Gay and Lesbian High School Students 10/10/2008

Youth and Schools
California Court of Appeal Reinstates Gay Man's Employment Case 07/09/1998

(LOS ANGELES, July 9, 1998) -- In a decision likely to improve workplace protections for lesbian and gay Californians, the state Court of Appeal in San Diego has given the green light to a lawsuit by a man who suffered severe anti-gay harassment on the job, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund said Thursday.

California Assembly Bill 205 Lead Witness Lydia Ramos and Lambda Legal Defense & Education Fund Statements on Passage of Critical Domestic Partner Legislation 06/05/2003

California Appeals Court Urged to Uphold Lower Courts Ruling Allowing Same-Sex Couples to Marry 11/09/2005

(San Francisco, Wednesday, November 9, 2005) — In a brief filed today in the California Court of Appeal in San Francisco, Lambda Legal, the National Center for Lesbian Rights and the ACLU explain why the trial court was correct in ruling that under California’s constitution, same-sex couples cannot be barred from marrying.

Youth and Schools
Calhoun v Pennington: Atlanta Eagle Raid Case 12/03/2010

The parties have reached an agreement to settle this case, which they believe is in the best interest of the City, its residents, and visitors. This agreement includes monetary compensation and reforms of the Atlanta Police Department.

Criminal Justice
By 55% to 41%, New Jersey likely voters say gay couples should be able to marry, according to Zogby Poll released today; the margin among Independent voters is an even bigger 60% to 36% 07/28/2003

Bush Statement as Marriages Begin in Massachusetts is a 'Dishonest and Irresponsible' Attempt to 'Circumvent Our System of Justice,' Lambda Legal Says 05/17/2004

Bush Administration Not Making the Grade in the War on AIDS 03/14/2002

HIV

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