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By Lindsay King- Miller | Friday Mar 22, 2013
On March 21, Gov. John Hickenlooper signed Colorado’s civil unions bill into law, legalizing partnerships for same-sex couples in the Rocky Mountain state.
By Lindsay King- Miller | Tuesday Mar 12, 2013
The family of a Colorado transgender six-year-old is standing firm in their refusal to return their child to school unless she is allowed to use the girls’ restroom. And more than 25,000 have lent their support via a Change.org petition.
By Lindsay King- Miller | Monday Mar 4, 2013
Arvada, Colorado’s first openly transgender City Council member Joanne Conte passed away on Jan. 27 at the age of 79. But she leaves behind a legacy of public service as a trailblazer for the trans community.
By Lindsay King- Miller | Tuesday Feb 26, 2013
Gay culture is embraced by the mainstream much more than it was in the past. For LGBT elders, finding their place in it -- especially in a state like Colorado, where self-sufficiency is king -- can be difficult.
By Lindsay King- Miller | Friday Feb 1, 2013
A bill to legalize same-sex civil unions passed Colorado’s Senate Judiciary Committee, and appears ready for passage by the Senate.
By Lindsay King- Miller | Thursday Dec 13, 2012
Colorado leaders and senior groups teleconferenced last week about the LGBT Elder Americans Act, which would help people facing barriers caused by non-economic factors, like inability to access resources, or fear of discrimination.
By Lindsay King- Miller | Wednesday Oct 24, 2012
As reports of LGBT intimate partner violence rise, Colorado’s Anti-Violence Project has joined similar groups around the country to examine what makes our community vulnerable, including our own willingness to sweep this violence under the rug.
By Lindsay King- Miller | Thursday Sep 27, 2012
Statewide advocacy organization One Colorado released a list of endorsements of 67 Democrats and one Republican for this year’s election, in an attempt to put more pro-equality candidates in office.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Aug 2, 2012
A baker in a Denver suburb is getting support & censure for refusing to make a wedding cake for a gay couple. Citing his Christianity for his stance, he claims he is getting more business than ever after all of the media coverage
By Jason St. Amand | Friday Jun 15, 2012
Two conservative representatives from Colorado announced that they will vote against a civil unions bill even though they each have a gay son.
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