New Information Revealed In Constance McMillen Case
Faces Possible ACLU Lawsuit For Violation Of State Education Code
Gay Student Now Allowed To Wear Wristband
PEORIA, AZ – Peoria Unified School District has assured the American Civil Liberties Union that it will no longer prevent a gay 14-year-old student from wearing a rainbow wristband at school, following an ACLU letter that demanded that the school district rescind its ban on the wristband.
Filtering Software Still Allows So-Called “Ex-Gay” Sites
Order Comes In ACLU Lawsuit To Achieve Equal Access For Students
MIAMI – A Florida circuit court today struck down a Florida law that bars lesbians and gay men from adopting. The court granted adoptions to a gay man, represented by the American Civil Liberties Union, who has been raising two foster children since 2004.
Says All Clubs Must Have Equal Access to School Facilities and Resources
ACLU Prevails On First Amendment, Equal Access Grounds
Four LGBT legal organizations and five other leading national LGBT groups have issued a statement entitled “Make Change, Not Lawsuits.” The statement explains that while couples who go to California to marry should ask friends, neighbors and institutions to honor their marriages, they generally shouldn’t sue.
School Board Approves Sexual Orientation And Gender Identity Protections For Students And Staff
A public high school principal who posted the names of two boys on a list of students believed to be couples, revealing their relationship to their parents as well as other students and teachers, violated the students’ constitutional right to freedom of association, the American Civil Liberties Union charged today.
Federal Court Agrees with ACLU: Schools Can Protect Both Gay Students and Religious Speech