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Officials from the Boy Scouts of America acted on their controversial policy Monday and announced they have fired an openly gay leader of a Washington state-based troop after he "deliberately injected" his sexuality into scouting.
Boehner’s opposition is indicative of the uphill battle advocates have always known they would face on ENDA in the House with its current composition.
A United Way chapter in central Kentucky has cut off funding to a Boy Scouts council due to the national scouting organization’s ban on gay Scout leaders.
A Benton County Superior Court judge is expected to decide this week whether to combine two lawsuits against the Richland flower shop owner who refused service for a same-sex wedding.
A college Republican leader has upset some older Republicans in Alabama by supporting gay marriage.
Two months after a vote that accepted openly gay boys as Scouts, officials for the Boy Scouts of America say they’ve put the issue aside and are focused on their 10-day national Jamboree.
Two Utah Boy Scout leaders may lose their memberships after marching in the state’s Gay Pride Parade.
Caterpillar spokeswoman Rachel Potts says Thursday that the Caterpillar Foundation made the decision while reviewing the groups it supports.
The Southern Baptist Convention is expected to take a stand against the Boy Scouts of America’s acceptance of gay members at the denomination’s annual meeting in Houston this week.
LGBT groups are crying foul after Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) launched a campaign Friday aimed at finding homes for a thousand of the nearly 4,000 children in Virginia’s foster care system.
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