Gay legal activists are applauding President Obama’s second nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, Solicitor General Elena Kagan.
Gates warns Congress not to act; protesters arrested for third time at White House
2 - Maximum number of heterosexual players allowed on teams in the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance $75,000 - Damages requested by three bisexual players suing the Gay Softball World Series for disq...
Protesters arrested outside White House, Sen. McCain’s office
The National Center for Lesbian Rights is suing Sonoma County, Calif., on behalf of an elderly gay man who alleges the county separated him and his partner of 20 years after his partner injured himself. His partner later died.
A dozen Georgia organizations joined more than 200 LGBT and allied groups today to call on Congress to pass the federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
President Obama issued a surprise memorandum Thursday night, calling for an end to discrimination against gays and lesbians by hospital visitation policies that limit visitors to immediate family members.
Two possible replacements for retiring Justice John Paul Stevens could draw fire from conservative organizations for their stands on gay issues.
Retiring Supreme Court justice was key vote for LGBT rights; authored dissent in Ga. anti-sodomy case
Retired Army Maj. Jeff Cleghorn, a gay attorney from Atlanta, traveled to Washington, D.C., late last month to lobby Congress to repeal “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.” The trip was part of an organized campaign by the Servicemembers Legal Defense Fund and the Human Rights Campaign.
The final version of healthcare reform legislation passed by Congress did not include any of the LGBT-specific measures for which groups like the Human Rights Campaign and National Lesbian & Gay Task Force had lobbied.