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Indiana Senate ignores business leaders, passes gay marriage ban

By Gary Barlow | Sunday Apr 10, 2011
Ignoring pleas from the heads of five of Indiana’s largest companies, the Indiana Senate passed a resolution March 30 that calls for an amendment to the Indiana Constitution to ban gays and lesbians from marrying.

HBHC elects new directors

By Gary Barlow | Saturday Apr 9, 2011
Howard Brown Health Center officials announced March 29 that eight new board members have been elected, filling the first phase of the "Responsible Transition Plan" announced last December.

City Council runoffs: Cappleman in, Smith probably; Stone out

By Gary Barlow | Friday Apr 8, 2011
James Cappleman beat Molly Phelan by a surprisingly comfortable margin in the 46th Ward

Federal court says Walmart can fire anti-gay worker

By Gary Barlow | Thursday Apr 7, 2011
In an unsigned summary judgment, the U.S. District Court of Appeals in Chicago has ruled that Walmart was within its rights when it fired an employee in Joliet who harassed a fellow employee because she was lesbian.

ACLGBTI considers San Fran report on bisexuals

By Gary Barlow | Sunday Mar 27, 2011
The Chicago Commission on Human Relations’ Advisory Council on LGBT Issues may consider endorsing a report on bisexual "invisibility" issued by its counterpart in San Francisco

Charges dropped against marriage protesters

By Gary Barlow | Saturday Mar 26, 2011
Charges were dropped March 17 against six activists arrested during a Valentine’s Day protest in support of marriage equality for gays and lesbians at the Cook County Marriage Bureau downtown.

Equality Illinois Endorses Cappleman

By Gary Barlow | Friday Mar 25, 2011
James Cappleman was endorsed by Equality Illinois March 18 in his race to win election as 46th Ward alderman in the April 5 runoff.

CPD urged to reopen Gacy investigation

By Gary Barlow | Thursday Mar 24, 2011
A series of news reports, is leading some to call for the Chicago Police Department to reopen an investigation into an apartment building site where infamous serial killer John Wayne Gacy may have buried more victims.

Emanuel fills out transition committees, launches public website

By Gary Barlow | Saturday Mar 19, 2011
Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel named people to fill out the eight transition committees he’s set up to advise him on re-ordering and streamlining city government March 10.

Stone and Silverstein square off for 50th Ward run-off

By Matt Simonette | Friday Mar 18, 2011
A run-off election April 5 will determine whether or not the city’s 50th Ward is keeping its longtime alderman.

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