Equality California today released its annual Legislative Scorecard, rating lawmakers for their 2013 votes on legislation that advances equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender
The Illinois House of Representatives on Tuesday narrowly approved legislation to legalize same-sex marriage in the state, clearing the way for final passage by the state Senate and approval by
The Employment Non-Discrimination Act cleared a major Senate hurdle Monday evening, virtually guaranteeing its passage on a final vote later this week.
In a vote of 61-30, the Senate moved to end
Five days into a special session, Gov. Neil Abercrombie does not yet have a same-sex marriage bill to sign. But he’s not worried.
Asked about the hours and hours of testimony being heard on
California Attorney General Kamala Harris has appointed an out gay man to be the state’s solicitor general.
Edward DuMont, 51, will serve as the chief appellate lawyer for the justice department,
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced Thursday evening that he
After months of lobbying and public pressure, Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) on Monday became the 54th sponsor of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
The New Mexico Supreme Court heard arguments on Wednesday on whether same-sex couples should be allowed to wed in a state where such unions are, for the time being, neither expressly recognized nor
The Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund on Tuesday named 10 openly LGBT candidates as part of its annual
A federal judge in Detroit said on Wednesday that a lawsuit brought by a lesbian couple seeking to marry will go to trial in February, disappointing gay activists who had gathered outside the court