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- 7th Circuit Issues Landmark Ruling That Title VII Prohibits Sexual Orientation Discrimination
- Supreme Court Remands Transgender Rights Case to the 4th Circuit
- North Carolina Repeals HB2 in Questionable “Compromise”
- 2nd Circuit Panel Rejects Sexual Orientation Discrimination Claim under Title VII, but Revives Sex-Stereotyping Claim by Gay Man
- 11th Circuit Rules That Title VII Does Not Prohibit Sexual Orientation Discrimination
- Two More Federal District Judges Allow Sexual Orientation Discrimination Claims Under Title VII
- Florida Supreme Court Rules “Sexual Intercourse” Includes Same-Sex Conduct With Respect to HIV Exposure Conviction
- Florida Ordered to Correct Death Certificates to List Surviving Same-Sex Spouses Without Requiring Individual Court Orders
- Ninth Circuit En Banc Decision Restores Gay Mexican’s Asylum Application
- Judge Incurs Sanctions for Wrong Answer to Question Whether She Would Perform Same-Sex Marriages