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Will This Court Case Recognize Non-Biological LGBTQ+ Parents?

The Michigan Supreme Court gives a fresh look at an old doctrine in light of Obergefell v. Hodges.

Michigan School Superintendent Apologizes for Removing Books From Schools

He says that he was trying to lower the temperature by removing books that some parents were upset about.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Signs Michigan's LGBTQ+ Protections Into Law

Michigan activists have been trying to add these protections to the state's civil rights law for 40 years.

Prosecutor to Librarian: Get Rid of LGBTQ+ Book or Face Felony Charges

Critics call it a violation of the First Amendment.

Michigan Man Arrested Who Allegedly Said He Wanted to Kill LGBTQ+ People

He was arrested and charged with illegal firearms possession after he allegedly threatened President Joe Biden and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

Michigan Lawmakers OK LGBTQ+ Rights Bill; Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to Sign

“This is about doing the right thing,” the Democratic governor said.

Anti-LGBTQ+ Missouri Lawmaker Challenged on Her 'Don't Say Gay' Bill

“We must keep our personal beliefs out of our classrooms,” said Republican Rep. Ann Kelley, even though her bill is clearly based on her personal beliefs.

Michigan's Lesbian Attorney General Receives Anti-Semitic Death Threat

Dana Nessel was one of the subjects of the threats by Jack Carpenter III, who wanted to kill all Jewish public officials in Michigan.

Pete Buttigieg Rules Out Run for Michigan Senate Seat in 2024

Buttigieg and his husband, Chasten, moved to Michigan last year.

Right-Wing Group Targets LGBTQ+ Existence in Michigan Schools

The group opposes any mention of the LGBTQ+ experience in an outrageous opt-out form.

Grindr Cannibal Sentenced to Life in Prison for Kevin Bacon Murder

Mark Latunski confessed to killing and eating the testicles and other body parts of the victim he met on the popular gay app.

Lesbian Dana Nessel Reelected Michigan Attorney General

Nessel, a Democrat, beat a Republican who's accused of tampering with the 2020 presidential election results.

Michigan's Lesbian AG Dana Nessel on the Importance of Her Close Race

She's running against a Trump-backed conspiracy theorist whose claim to fame is losing a case related to meddling in the 2020 election.

Parents Attack LGBTQ-Inclusive School Mural in 'Hate Fest'

Parents in Grant, Mich., objected to LGBTQ+ images in the mural and claimed some other images promoted devil worship and witchcraft.

Michigan Bill Would Criminalize Trans-Supportive Parents

Legislation introduced this week would deem it felony child abuse if parents or guardians allow their children to receive gender-affirming care.

School Board Candidate Posts Nazi Rainbow Flag Online

He says that he didn't create the image but that he believes in what the image stands for as it pertains to the indoctrination of people into LGBTQ+ inclusion.

Pete Buttigieg Claps Back at GOP Chair's Glaring Homophobia

The transportation secretary put the Michigan Republican on blast for a homophobic comment she made about him recently.

LGBTQ+ Books at the Center of Library Controversies in Michigan & Iowa

In rows over LGBTQ+ books, a community in Michigan has raised more than $100,000 to fund its library, while Iowa librarians are fighting against banning such books.

Michigan's Out AG Seeks Prosecution of Opponent for Election Tampering

Dana Nessel says her likely opponent, Matthew DePerno, and others tried to change the 2020 presidential election results.

Hysteria Over LGBTQ+ Books Might Close a Michigan Library Forever

A library in Michigan may have to shut down because its staff refused to ban LGBTQ+ books that conservative community members have protested against.