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Debate Continues Over Tenn. High School's Gay-Straight Alliance

Feb 8
Supporters and critics of Franklin County High School's Gay-Straight Alliance have picked the county school board's upcoming meeting to discuss the organization.

Ind. Lawmakers to Take Up Bill Recognizing Hate Crimes

Feb 8
Indiana is one of five states without hate crime laws, but that could soon change under a bill advancing in the Legislature.

Chipotle Stores to Open Later on Monday for Worker Meeting

Feb 8
Chipotle restaurants across the U.S. are opening later than usual Monday so workers can attend a meeting about the chain's recent food safety scares.

New York Moves to Halt 'Conversion Therapy' for Youths

By Jennifer Peltz | Feb 7
New York is taking steps to stop therapists from trying to change young people's sexual orientation, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday, joining a number of states that have acted against what's known as gay conversion therapy.

Witness: Crane "Somersaulted" to the Ground

Feb 7
One person is killed, several are injured after a crane collapses in Lower Manhattan.

Concerns Rise Over Antibiotic-Resistant Gonorrhea

By Jeff Taylor | Feb 7
Antibiotic resistant gonorrhea is raising concerns in both Europe, where it has already appeared, and in the U.S., where it is feared it will show up before long.

Love & Lust 2016: Two Years Later, the Bill Gates-Funded Condoms of the Future Are Stalled

By Jeff Taylor | Feb 7
The Gates Foundation recognized the need for a better condom and in 2013 announced a handful of grant recipients. Yet innovation seems to have stalled, and so far it appears little headway is being made.

Virginia Senate Passes Pair of Nondiscrimination Bills

By John Riley | Feb 6
The Virginia Senate on Friday passed a pair of nondiscrimination bills with bipartisan support, sending them to the House of Delegates for consideration.

D.C. Council Passes Health Care Cultural Competency Bill

By John Riley | Feb 6
The D.C. Council approved a first-of-its-kind bill that would require all licensed, certified and registered health care professionals to undergo cultural competency training on health challenges that specifically affect members of the LGBT community.

What Killed Indiana's GLBT Protections Measure? Election Year Politics

By John Riley | Feb 6
Social conservatives claim that extending any sort of protection to LGBT people, even with religious exemptions, constitutes a grave violation of their First Amendment rights.

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