Tag Archives: reparative therapy

Speed Read: A lot can happen in a week…

If this was a week you thought it was safe to take a vacation, you may have missed the big religious exemption ruling by the Supreme Court, a push for a religious exemption in President Obama's pending executive order, an

Speed Read: Supreme Court appeal

The Maine supreme court ruled a public school can't bar a trans girl from the girls' bathroom. Liberty Counsel says it will head to the U.S. Supreme Court to fight ban on ex-gay therapy. Two of eight openly LGBT members

Speed Read: Ex-gay therapy ban upheld

The full Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals yesterday denied a request to review a three-judge panel decision that upheld a law that prohibits the use of ex-gay therapy on young people. A Kansas House committee is considering a bill

Speed Read: Friday 18 October 2013

Oregon will recognize marriage licenses of same-sex couples married in other states. New Jersey Supreme Court could announce today whether it will stop marriages from happening Monday. MSNBC host explains why he's heading to Russia for a gig. California Attorney

Two-prong hit at ‘reparative therapy’

In a two-pronged attack against reparative therapy, U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier (D-San Francisco) announced Wednesday, Nov. 28, the introduction of a resolution aimed at stopping its use on young gay people, and the Southern Poverty Law Center filed a lawsuit

Mid-day report: Day 9 Prop 8 trial

Friday morning’s court session began with the surprising announcement by U.S. District Court Chief Judge Vaughn Walker that he would delay the delivery of closing arguments in the case until at least several weeks after case is presented.