After falling more than 17,000 signatures short of qualifying a repeal measure for a referendum, the anti-LGBT Pacific Justice Institute vows to continue challenging California's Student Success and Opportunity Act.
Amid a growing chorus of opposition, Gov. Jan Brewer said she would 'do the right thing' for Arizona when she decides whether to sign an anti-LGBT bill by the end of the week.
The civil rights activist shares his thoughts after a near-death decision in an intensive care unit
Gless joins the fight for marriage equality in Florida, where she has a home and where six couples have sued to overturn the state's ban on same-sex marriage. The groups involved in the suit will update the public and answer questions during a conference call Monday.
Takei calls for a boycott of the state if its 'license to discriminate' bill becomes law, and U.S. senator Jeff Flake also announces opposition to the measure.
Fox's Erick Erickson critiques colleague Kirsten Powers on laws that would allow businesses to use religion to justify discrimination against LGBT people.