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Liberty Counsel asks Virginia Supreme Court Case to Take Up Their Fairfax Lawsuit

By John Riley | May 28
The right-wing legal organization challenging Fairfax County Public Schools' (FCPS) nondiscrimination policy has asked the Virginia Supreme Court to hear their lawsuit.

National Park Rises from Former Ohio Wasteland

May 28
The National Park Service is celebrating 100 years of protecting and promoting America's most awe-inspiring natural resources.

Lesbian Ex-SF Cop Claims Retaliation by Former Chief

By Seth Hemmelgarn | May 28
A former San Francisco police officer has filed a claim against the city, saying recently departed Police Chief Greg Suhr forced her to retire after she went public with allegations that another officer had embezzled money.

Exploring Issues Trans People Face in the Workplace

By Jill Gleeson | May 28
While finding even entry-level employment is difficult for transgender individuals, keeping it can be just as challenging. Whether workers have transitioned or are transitioning on the job, they can be subject to intense discrimination and harassment.

Judge Orders Johnny Depp to Stay Away From Estranged Wife

By Anthony McCartney | May 27
A judge ordered Johnny Depp to stay away from his estranged wife after she accused the Oscar-nominated actor of repeatedly hitting her during a recent fight and leaving her face bruised.

Calif. Senate Approves Bill to Protect LGBT Students at Private Universities

May 27
The California State Senate has approved a bill, authored by Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) to close a loophole that allows private universities to discriminate against students and staff based on their gender expression, or sexual orientation.

Hate Group Shows Love to Anti-LGBT Miss. Gov with Made Up Award

May 27
The Family Research Council presented anti-LGBT Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant with an award named in honor of Samuel Adams of the American Revolution and Summer Ale fame.

SPLC Releases 'Quacks' Report on Gay 'Conversion Therapy'

May 27
The Southern Poverty Law Center issued a report this week calling on Congress to pass a law banning the practice of gay conversion therapy.

Will 'Clothing Required' Signs End Nude Sunbathing on Fire Island?

May 27
The practice of nude sunbathing on Fire Island recently came in question when signs saying "clothing required" appeared as bookends to the area commonly referred to by locals as "The Meat Rack."

North Carolina Furniture Market Could Show Boycott Impact

By Emery P. Dalesio | May 27
Organizers of North Carolina's world-renowned furniture market are releasing attendance figures Friday that could be an important barometer of business reaction to the state's new law limiting protections for LGBT people.

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