Christian Univ. Adjusts, Stands By Discriminatory Trans Housing Policy
July 22 2014 1:33 PM ET

Christian Univ. Adjusts, Stands By Trans Housing Policy

George Fox University will now allow students who have undergone specific gender-confirming surgeries to be housed in accordance with their gender. Others will be housed according to their sex assigned at birth.

Labor Group Chooses LGBT Inclusion Over Catholic Grant Money
July 17 2014 5:57 PM ET

Labor Group Chooses LGBTs Over Catholic Grant

A Catholic charity demanded that Voz Workers' Rights Education Project reject its association with a group that supports marriage equality or lose its funding. Voz chose the latter.

Supreme Court Denies NOM; Oregon Marriages Will Continue

Supreme Court Denies NOM; Ore. Marriages Will Continue

The U.S. Supreme Court today rejected a request from the antigay National Organization for Marriage that sought to halt marriage equality in Oregon.

Oregon: NOM Asks Supreme Court to Stop Same-Sex Marriages

Oregon: NOM Asks Supreme Court to Stop Same-Sex Marriages

The National Organization for Marriage has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to halt marriages in Oregon while it attempts to continue appealing last week's decision.

PHOTOS: We're Getting Married in Oregon

PHOTOS: We're Getting Married in Oregon

A U.S. District Court judge ruled Monday that Oregon same-sex couples have the right to marry. So couples quickly decided to make it official.

Oregon: Judge Says Marriage Ban Is Unconstitutional

Oregon: Judge Says Marriage Ban Is Unconstitutional

Judge Michael McShane ruled Monday that same-sex couples in Oregon should have the right to marry.

Judge: NOM Has No Standing To Defend Oregon Marriage Ban

Judge: NOM Can't Defend Oregon Marriage Ban

A federal judge says the National Organization for Marriage does not have the standing to defend Oregon's marriage ban in court.

NOM Can't Find Anyone Willing to Defend Oregon's Marriage Ban

NOM Can't Find Anyone to Defend Ore. Marriage Ban

The antigay National Organization for Marriage wants to keep its members' names secret but still defend Oregon's ban on same-sex marriage publicly in federal court. A judge will consider that request Wednesday.

Ore. Bar Owner Accused of Antitrans Discrimination Running for Office

Ore. Man Accused of Antitrans Discrimination Bias Running for Office

Former business owner Chris Penner is looking to unseat the commissioner of the state's labor bureau, which found Penner guilty of antitrans discrimination in 2012 and ordered him to pay $400,000, although Penner has thus far refused to pay the fine.

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