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Church invoking right to religious freedom to keep openly gay Boy Scout leader

A Seattle church is invoking its right to religious freedom for its Boy Scouts group—to keep its openly gay scout leader.

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Supreme Court lets stand discrimination ruling against New Mexico photography company

The US Supreme Court has declined to hear the case of a New Mexico photography company that refused to provide its services for a lesbian couple’s wedding, citing the owners’ religious beliefs.

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US federal judge expands sex discrimination laws to also cover orientation-based discrimination

A US federal judge has ruled that orientation-based discrimination in the workplace is already banned under currently existing sex discrimination laws.

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Mississippi Governor intends to sign “Religious Freedom” into law

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant has announced he intends to sign the controversial “religious freedom” bill, which protects those with religious beliefs from serving anyone who violates those deeply held beliefs.

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Uganda’s first lady thanks God for anti-gay law

The first lady of Uganda, Janet Museveni, spoke out recently in support of her husband’s decision to sign the country’s anti-gay law into effect.

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Governor Jan Brewer ready to “pass the torch of leadership”

Arizona State Governor Jan Brewer announced on Wednesday, March 12 that she will not be seeking re-election after two terms in office.

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Kansas: City Representative drafts bill to ban LGBT discrimination

On Tuesday, March 11, Kansas City Representative Louis Ruiz presented a bill proposal to the House Federal and State Affairs Committee that would ban anti-LGBT discrimination.

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Orange stops advertising with the Ugandan tabloid that published “200 top homos” list

Telecom company Orange has pulled its advertisements from the Uganda tabloid that outed 200 people in the country, the day after President Yoweri Museveni signed the country’s controversial anti-gay law into effect on February 24.

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Mississippi town officially recognizes dignity and worth of all people, including LGBT

The city council of Oxford, Mississippi has unanimously passed a resolution to recognize the dignity and worth of all its people, including those who are LGBT.

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Gay Games ads on Cleveland Airport taxis spark protests from cab drivers
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Panel judge set to rule on Oklahoma, Utah marriage bans raises important questions
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