Topics :: Nebraska
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A national civil rights group says it's increasing its advocacy efforts for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Nebraska.
As state bans on same-sex marriages fall across the country, some Nebraska officials are holding strong to that state's status of having one of the nation's most restrictive laws.
Nebraska’s Supreme Court dismissed an appeal Friday by woman legally wed to another woman in Iowa who is now seeking a divorce in the state where they live.
Three same sex couples can go ahead with their lawsuit challenging a Nebraska policy preventing them and all unmarried couples from serving as foster parents, a judge ruled.
A bill that would bar Nebraska employers from discriminating based on sexual orientation and gender identity has stalled in the Legislature.
In the wake of recent rulings by federal judges to strike down state bans on same-sex marriage, gay marriage advocates are hoping to strike a similar blow to Nebraska’s strict ban that forbids even same-sex civil unions.
Nearly all Nebraska school districts and some cities and counties will soon begin offering insurance benefits to legally married same-sex couples.
Douglas County says it will extend benefits to same-sex spouses of employees who were legally married in other states.
A Nebraska prison inmate and his transgender partner have lost another round in their legal fight to be able to visit each other and get married.
Lincoln police said a 20-year-old man attacked a relative with a crowbar because she’s gay, and investigators are treating the attack as a hate crime.
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