Democratic Candidates Promise Protections for LGBTQ Americans

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, former Vice President Joe Biden and seven other Democratic presidential candidates said at an LA town hall Thursday that they would implement civil rights protections for LGBTQ people and overturn discriminatory policies.

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Judge Rules Michigan Adoption Agencies Can Reject Gay Couples

Religious liberty advocates have praised a Michigan federal judge who blocked the state from enforcing new rules that he says target faith-based foster and adoption agencies. But supporters of the policy voiced concerns that the ruling reopened the door to discrimination against same-sex couples. 

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Georgetown Panel Assesses Upcoming Supreme Court Term

Gearing up for the long-awaited return of U.S. Supreme Court hearings, a panel at Georgetown Law highlighted two employment discrimination suits involving fired gay men as possible tough sells for Chief Justice John Roberts when the October term kicks off next month.

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HIV-Positive Airmen Fight to Keep Jobs in Fourth Circuit

It took a few years for Victor Voe to realize how important his job in the Air Force really was. While he’d been serving maintenance duty on bases for years, with multiple tours overseas taking him to the Korean Peninsula and the Middle East, it wasn’t until he had the chance to serve in the Honor Guard that he realized what it meant to serve his country. 

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