Publications

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What Happened in Iowa 11/12/2010

Background and Analysis of the Judicial Retention Election

Fair Courts Project | Marriage, Relationships and Family Protections

Equality from Coast to Coast 11/09/2010

What Does the Adoption Decision Mean for Me and My Family? 10/29/2010

On September 22, 2010, the Third District Court of Appeal issued a unanimous decision declaring that Florida's law prohibiting gay men and lesbians from adopting children is unconstitutional. See [Florida Dep't of Children and Families v. In re: Matter of Adoption of X.X.G. and N.R.G. (September 22, 2010)]. The State of Florida announced that it will not appeal that decision to the Florida Supreme Court. We have received several questions about what this case means for gay men and lesbians who want to adopt.

Adoption and Parenting | Marriage, Relationships and Family Protections

The IRS Applies "Income-Splitting" to California's Registered Domestic Partners and Same-Sex Spouses (and Now RDPs in Washington and Nevada, too!) 10/20/2010

Please take note:  On June 26, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the so-called Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unconstitutional.  For information about how this development may potentially affect married same-sex couples' federal taxes, click here.

Impact Magazine Fall 2010 10/01/2010

Features Hawai’i Two-0 Lambda Legal returns to the Aloha State to fight for the rights of lesbian and gay couples.

Long-Term Care and People Living with HIV 09/30/2010

HIV

Why HIV Privacy Laws Matter 09/16/2010

Health Care Fairness | HIV

Know Your Rights: LGBTQ Youth and Youth Living with HIV in Foster Care and Juvenile Justice Systems 08/27/2010

Timeline: Relationship Recognition in Hawai`i 07/29/2010

LGBT Older Adults: Know Your Rights in New York State Nursing Homes 07/28/2010

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults have many legal rights while in the care of a nursing home in New York State, including the right to be free from discrimination, neglect and emotional and physical abuse.

Housing | Seniors

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