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California Supreme Court To Hear Lesbian Couple's Case Against Country Club That Denied Them Benefits Because They Are Gay 05/25/2005

(San Francisco, May 24, 2005) — The California Supreme Court will hear arguments on Thursday, May 26 at 9:00 a.m. in the case of a San Diego lesbian couple whose country club refused to treat them like other committed couples. Lambda Legal, which represents the women, is asking the court to order the country club to treat same-sex couples equally and fairly.

Same-Sex Relationships
California Supreme Court to Hear Oral Arguments in Prop 8 Legal Challenge on March 5 02/03/2009

California Supreme Court to Review Second-Parent Adoption Decision 01/30/2002

(LOS ANGELES Wednesday, January 30, 2002) — The California Supreme Court has agreed to review the question of whether second-parent adoptions are allowed in the state, said Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund Wednesday. As a result of the Supreme Court’s decision, the San Diego appellate court opinion that had brought these adoptions into question has been de-published.

Adoption and Parenting
California Supreme Court Weighs Lambda Legal Lawsuit on Behalf of Lesbian Denied Infertility Treatment Because of Doctors Religious Beliefs 09/20/2006

(San Francisco, September 20, 2006) — Lambda Legal submitted its opening brief today in the California Supreme Court seeking to reinstate a trial court decision that doctors must treat their lesbian patients like the rest of their patients, regardless of the doctors’ religious beliefs about gay people.

Reproductive Rights and Sexual Health
California Teacher Settles Sexual Orientation Discrimination Suit with School District 05/23/2002

Employment and Rights in the Workplace
California Will Continue to Honor Marriages of Same-Sex Couples Who Married Before the Possible Passage of Prop 8 11/05/2008

(SAN FRANCISCO) — The California Attorney General, Equality California, and the nation's leading LGBT legal groups agree that the marriages of the estimated 18,000 same-sex couples who married between June 16, 2008 and the possible passage of Proposition 8 are still valid in the state of California and must continue to be honored by the state.

Challenge to Arkansas Sodomy Law Reaches States Highest Court 05/10/1999

(NEW YORK, May 10, 1999) -- As sodomy laws topple state by state, the Arkansas Supreme Court will hear a case challenging a ban against the private, consensual sexual activities of lesbians and gay men, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund said Friday.

Criminal Justice
Challenge to Same-Sex Sodomy Ban Can Proceed 06/23/1998

(NEW YORK, June 23, 1998) -- An Arkansas judge Tuesday gave the green light for a constitutional challenge to the state's criminal ban on certain private sexual activities between consenting adults of the same sex, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund said.

Criminal Justice
Chicago Board of Ed Agrees to Settle with HIV-Positive Teacher Applicant 10/21/1997

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday 21 October 1997 Contact: Peg Byron, 212-809-8585 x230, 888-987-1984 (pager); Catherine Hanssens, 212-809- 8585; Heather Sawyer 312-663-4413

HIV
Chief Judge of Ninth Circuit Orders Spousal Benefits for Lesbian Court Employee 11/19/2009

(San Francisco, November 18, 2009) — Chief Judge Alex Kozinski of the U.S.

Employment and Rights in the Workplace

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