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A federal judge ruled that a man convicted of having consensual gay sex in 1994 should not be required to register as a sex offender.
High court rejects Indiana AG Curtis Hill's challenge to appeals court decision in favor of lesbian couple
Government had refused to automatically recognize the citizenship of children of married gay couples born abroad via surrogacy
If Gloucester County appeals, as expected, transgender people's ability to access facilities could rely on a Supreme Court decision
School board insists that barring transgender students from single-sex facilities is needed to protect cisgender students' privacy
Fourth Circuit finds both Title IX and U.S. Constitution protect transgender people from discrimination under the law
State Department is categorically refusing to recognize same-sex couples' marriages as valid, thus denying their children citizenship
Rachel Mosby and her lawyers claim the city administrator had no authority to terminate her
Circuit court's decision will now grant Mark Horton his day in court to argue he was unlawfully discriminated against
City's decision is meant to give police union more time to appeal a judge's ruling rejecting a motion to withhold the officer's name
Lower court found that denying Adree Edmo surgery violated her Eighth Amendment rights
Jurors had fretted that sentencing Charles Rhines to life in prison would be "sending him where he wants to go"
4th Circuit Court of Appeals will have to decide whether Title IX prohibits anti-transgender discrimination
Gary Ray Bowles, convicted of six murders in 1994 in which he targeted gay men, was put to death in Florida today.
Federal courts have previously found a child of a U.S. citizen does not have to prove a biological relationship with their parent