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LGBT advocates in Kyrgyzstan seeking help against pending anti-gay bill harsher than Russia’s

LGBT advocates in the Kyrgyz Republic, also known as Kyrgyzstan, are asking activists around the world to help keep an anti-gay bill even harsher than Russia’s from becoming law.

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Lead House sponsor of ENDA submits new draft with narrower religious exemption

The House’s lead sponsor for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) has rewritten a portion of the bill to narrow its religious exemption.

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Colorado judge strikes down state's ban on marriage equality but stays ruling

Colorado's battle for marriage equality continues. On Wednesday a judge ruled the state's ban on gay marriage unconstitutional, but he's staying the ruling until the case is appealed.

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Kenya

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Kenyan high court orders legal recognition of transgender rights group

A Kenyan high court has ruled in favor of a transgender rights group, forcing the nation’s Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) coordination board to grant them recognition.

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Exclusive: Hillary Hall on being Colorado's last holdout for marriage equality

In a dot429 exclusive, Hillary Hall talks about what it's like to be the last clerk issuing same-sex marriage licenses in the battleground of Colorado, and why it'll take more than a lawsuit to keep her down.

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Memo from Georgia: Take your conformist gay marriage and shove it

Georgia's attorney general announces he'll defend his state's ban on marriage equality, will not succumb to the "stale conformity of compulsion."

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Colorado

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The last woman standing in Colorado's marriage equality saga

Amid a contentious legal debate, Hillary Hall is Colorado's last holdout issuing marriage licenses in the state.

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Rights groups ask Malaysian council to maintain support of anti-discrimination bill

The Malaysian rights groups Penang Freedom to Love (PFL) and Diversity are asking the nation’s National Unity Consultative Council (NUCC) to maintain their support of a newly drafted anti-discrimination bill.

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Obama signs executive order banning federal contractors from anti-LGBT discrimination

President Barack Obama has signed an executive order banning federal contractors from discriminating based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

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