Marriage Veteran Mary Bonauto Will Argue Marriage Cases at SCOTUS
On April 28, attorney Mary Bonauto will present arguments to the United States Supreme Court on the question of the freedom to marry in the marriage cases currently before the Court.
In addition, Douglas Hallward-Driemeier, a former Assistant U.S. Solicitor General who has argued before the United States Supreme Court over a dozen times prior, will be presenting the argument in favor of state's respecting marriages performed legally in other states.
New Report Highlights Harm Military Families Suffer From Transgender Ban
The American Military Partner Association (AMPA) and the Transgender American Veterans Association (TAVA) have released a report highlighting the harm that the military’s transgender ban continues to inflict on transgender service members and their families.
This first of its kind report focuses on the impact the outdated transgender military regulations have on the entire family and includes personal stories from transgender service members and their families.
Inequality in Healthcare for LGBT Patients Still Exists, But Is Narrowing
By Cindy Leiffer, MSN, NP, Weatherby Healthcare
It’s hard to believe that not that long ago, treating LGBT patients was seldom discussed among healthcare providers.
Twenty years ago, when I was studying to become a nurse practitioner, I remember doing both online and library journal searches about lesbian and gay healthcare: I was disappointed to find only a handful of articles and research studies out there that addressed our health issues.
Taste for a Cure to Benefit Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Sacramento’s “Taste for a Cure” event is shaping up nicely thanks to wonderful support from area hotels, restaurants, wineries, breweries and local magazines and media.
The “Taste for a Cure” event, benefitting Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, will be held on Tuesday April 7, 2015 in the Regency Ballroom at Hyatt Regency Sacramento from 4 to 7 p.m., with live entertainment featuring Manzanita.
Travel Warning Issued for Travelers to Indiana
GetEQUAL — a national grassroots social justice organization working toward the full equality LGBTQ individuals — has issued a "travel warning" to all those planning travel to the state of Indiana.
This travel warning (text below) comes after the Governor of Indiana signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law, which permits discrimination on the basis of an individual’s “strongly-held religious beliefs.”
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