What marriage equality in Georgia may look like

The LGBT rights movement’s D-Day seems to be on the horizon, as the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue a definitive opinion on same-sex marriage this June. Not surprisingly, many legal questions will remai...

Wedding announcement: Jeff Cleghorn and David Ruiz

The GA Voice, above all else, is a community newspaper that seeks to inform readers with information they need and want to know about the community and world we live in. We also want to celebrate and commemorat...
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Cover your assets

AEN focuses on financial security at tonight's business networking event

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Atlanta ceremony marks end of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’

There were many poignant moments Monday evening as about 200 Atlantans gathered in Piedmont Park to mark the end of the U.S. military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. But none were more touching than when Danny Ingram, national president of American Veterans for Equal Rights, brought to the podium the very officer who had discharged him from the Army for being gay almost 20 years ago.