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Gay Couple Sues Univ. Over Housing
USA Today
3/11/20008"A gay couple is suing the University of Hawaii for not allowing them to return to the student family housing area after living there last year."Joseph O'Leary and Phi Ngo said Monday that living in an off-campus apartment has cost them extra money in rent, transportation and food.

Gay Marriage Gains Notice in State Court
The New York Times
3/6/2008"On the way home from work in Rochester, Patricia Martinez stopped at a liquor store and bought a small bottle of Champagne to celebrate her marriage to another woman. The wedding took place in Canada nearly four years ago, but it wasn't until Feb. 1 that a New York appellate court declared it valid in the state.

Gay Marriage Returns to California Court
Associated Press
3/5/2008"The national gay marriage debate shifted to California on Tuesday, as the state's highest court was hearing arguments on the constitutionality of a voter-approved law banning same-sex marriage.

NY to Offer Gay Divorce Before Marriage?
ABC News
2/28/2008"Lambda Legal Senior Counsel, Susan Sommer, discusses a case involving a married same-sex couple who are seeking a divorce in New York state after being legally married in Canada."

$65M for gay rights, HIV/AIDS groups
Associated Press
2/27/2008"The estate of Ric Weiland, a high school classmate of Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen and one of the first five people to work at the software giant, has left $65 million to gay rights and HIV/AIDS organizations.

Commission Report Cites Flaws in New Jersey Civil Union Law
The New York Times
2/20/2008"New Jersey's civil union law 'creates a second-class status' for same-sex couples and is particularly vexing for people in the military, transgender people, the poor and minorities, according to a report issued on Tuesday by a commission set up to review the law.

US Drops Ban on HIV-Positive Diplomats
Associated Press
2/15/2008"Under pressure from a lawsuit, the State Department is changing rules that had disqualified HIV-positive people from becoming U.S. diplomats.

Employment and Rights in the Workplace | HIV

Pair reflect on months as married gay couple
The Des Moines Register
1/20/2008"One image encapsulates the chaos of the summer morning five months ago when gay marriage was legal — briefly — in Polk County.

Transgender Woman Seeks Name Fee Waiver
The Chicago Tribune
1/18/2008"A transgender woman who wants to change her legal name from 'Donald' to 'Daunn' asked the state Supreme Court Thursday to order Will County's chief judge to waive about $450 in court fees because of her low income.

Transgender Rights

Tom-Boys Allowed; Jane-Girls Not Allowed
Pam's House Blend

Transgender Rights | Teens & Young Adults