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Right to discriminate bill introduced in Minnesota House

Republicans in the Minnesota House introduced prefiled a bill that would allow people, organizations, and businesses to refuse service to same-sex couples based on...

Gay Job Watch: You could be managing the Gay 90s

There's only one entry in this week's gay job watch: Assistant manager of the Gay 90s! Accepting resumes for ast. mgr at the Gay 90s,...

No more potty patrol: Sartell editors call lawmakers out for anti-transgender legislation

Content provided by Bluestem Prairie and republished with permission. For more in-depth news from Greater Minnesota, check out Bluestemprairie.com. As Bluestem has pointed out in...

Twin Cities Pride vs. Minneapolis Park Board, round two

For the second year, Twin Cities Pride and the Minneapolis Park Board are in a tangle over whether Pride can exclude vendors who espouse...

Lizz Winstead on Bachmann, Lady Parts, and her annual year in review at the...

What will political comedy look like without Rep. Michele Bachmann? Learn the answer to that and more at “Lizz 2014: Plan B from Outer...

LGBT Groups Ask For Community Help for “Give to the Max Day”

On Tuesday, Tandy Bowman, her partner Cathy Perry, and the other members and volunteers with the Hospitality Initiative of Servant Hearts will be waiting...

MN cities score above average on LGBT equality study

The Human Rights Campaign released its annual Municipal Equality Index last week rating the nation’s largest cities on their efforts toward LGBTQ equality. In...

Edina passes domestic partner registry

The Edina City Council passed an ordinance on Tuesday creating a domestic partner registry in that city. The move allows same-sex couples to take...

Richard Carlbom, CeCe McDonald honored in Advocate’s 40 under 40

Minnesotans are well represented in The Advocate’s list of “40 exemplary people under age 40 this year names the few who you should listen...

The National: DADT Announcement In State of the Union Speech?

President Obama may talk about repealing Don't Ask Don't Tell in his State of the Union speech tomorrow. Or maybe he won't. ...