How the Midwest Will Be Won for Equality

How the Midwest Will Be Won for Equality

Big groups like the HRC had focused on more populous states, but these days that seems to be changing.

No Nebraska Marriage Equality Yet, Says Federal Appeals Court

Appeals Court: No Nebraska Marriage Equality Yet

Although the state's ban on same-sex marriage was struck down Monday, Nebraska's same-sex couples will have to keep waiting to walk down the aisle.

Ruling Means Nebraska Could Have Marriage Equality Next Week

Today's Ruling: Neb. Could Have Marriage Equality Next Week

The ruling is on hold until March 9, unless a higher court extends the stay.

Nebraska Stops Enforcing Ban on Gay Foster Parents

Nebraska Stops Enforcing Ban on Gay Foster Parents

Although the 20-year-old policy is still on the books, state officials will no longer consider a foster parent’s sexual orientation when deciding to place a ward of the state with a family.

Right Wing Fails to Stop Gender-Inclusive Training in Neb. Schools

Right Wing Fails to Stop Gender-Inclusive Training in Neb. Schools

Officials at Lincoln Public Schools in Nebraska's capital are standing behind their recommended strategies for helping trans and gender-nonconforming students feel more comfortable, no matter the conservative outrage.

Neb. Refuses to Issue Driver's License With Lesbian's Married Name

Nebraska DMV Won't Recognize Lebian's Married Name

Because the state doesn't recognize Sue Stroesser's Iowa marriage, she can't get a license with her married name on it without going to court.

Nebraska Same-Sex Couple Seeking Divorce

Nebraska Same-Sex Couple Seeking Divorce

The problem, though, is that the state doesn't recognize their marriage, performed in Iowa in 2009.

Neb. Man Charged With Hate Crime Against Lesbian Sister

Neb. Man Charged With Hate Crime Against Lesbian Sister

A Lincoln, Neb. man is accused of attacking his sister because he believed her same-sex relationship brought shame to their Muslim family.

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