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Albert Ogle: If LGBT dollars pour into the collective taxpayer purse every year while the government allows certain religious organizations to deny services to us, then these religious groups should not be eligible to draw from the common purse.
Attorney General Kamala D. Harris moves on Wednesday to prevent the "Sodomite Suppression Act" from becoming a California initiative in November 2016.
Here's how to submit a comment about the "Sodomite Suppression Act" with the California Attorney General's Office.
Five years after the launch of the network, GetEQUAL announced a LGBTQ Bill of Rights, as part of a new “No Asterisks” campaign for full LGBTQ equality.
The LGBT Caucus of the California Legislature has filed a formal complaint with the State Bar of California against the Orange County lawyer who has filed a ballot initiative to “kill the gays.”
San Diego Pride announces that the organization is no longer a defendant in a lawsuit filed by Will X. Walters, which is currently under appeal before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Do you support SANDAG bike plan for University Avenue?
"The Wizard Of Oz" will be shown on a 26-foot outdoor screen from 8 to 10 pm Friday, March 20, at a pop-up parklet between Heat Bar and Kitchen and Numbers Night Club.
The Karen Black double feature of “Come Back To The 5 & Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean” and “Airport 1975” will be shown at 7 pm Wednesday, March 18, at the Hillcrest Landmark Cinemas, 3965 Fifth Ave. in San Diego, California 92103.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: What do you think of "Looking" on HBO?
The old Bourbon Street and Lei Lounge complex in University Heights will become Park & Rec, the new ownership said Friday, with a opening planned in May.
The father of a teenager who was beat up while another student recorded it on his cellphone said his son was targeted because of the boy's sexuality.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Where do you watch movies the most?
"I hope this case helps to educate people that it is a crime to willfully expose someone to an infectious disease. The law is designed to protect the public and, in this case, enforce the right of one's partner to know the truth."
The 30-year-old man accused in the knife attack at a North Park bar made a court appearance on Thursday afternoon, and the judge raised his bail from $90,000 to $100,000.
Councilmember Todd Gloria today announced a critical step forward for renovations to the historic 100-year-old Georgia Street Bridge, which spans University Avenue.
Robert Gleason, chair of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, said the prior depiction didn’t reflect modern families, including his, which includes two male parents and two children.
An anonymous group calling itself Keep University Avenue Open has started a Change.org petition to the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), urging the government body to resist closing a stretch of University Avenue through Mission Hills.
Anti-LGBT legislation bound for governor’s desk as the nation watches, tech sector condemns bill, and the lives of countless Arkansans hang in the balance.
Judge Reed O’Connor’s decision prevents legally married same-sex couples in Texas from exercising their FMLA rights.
Hundreds of alumni of Costa Mesa High School have signed an online letter condemning CMSH graduate Matt McLaughlin, a mysterious recluse and postal-box lawyer who wants to circulate a California initiative called the "Sodomite Suppression Act."
The state Assembly votes overwhelmingly to approve a bill that would block discrimination against transgender jurors. The bill now goes to the Senate, where it is expected to pass.
What happened in Australia's Senate on Thursday?
The U.N. budget committee has approved Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's plan to give benefits to all spouses of gay U.N. staffers who are legally wed in a defeat for Russia and opponents of same-sex marriage.