Superior Court judge Joan Weber (pictured) told San Diego's assistant city attorney that he erred when he struck gay jurors from a case involving people protesting California's Prop. 8. Six defendants remain charged for allegedly blocking operations at a county clerk's office during a 2010 protest against California's ban on same-sex marriage (three accepted a deal).
The community of Ogden, Utah, is gathering to speak out against LGBT bullying and to hold a candlelight vigil in memory of Jack Reese, a recent LGBT teenage suicide.
Senators Gillibrand, Lieberman, and Udall want the Department of Defense to expedite the process for altering veterans' discharge documents to omit information that they were discharged for being gay.
In a decision described by one legal expert as “game-changing,” the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has ruled that existing federal law protects transgender individuals from sex discrimination on the basis of their gender identity.