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CDC banned words a 'mischaracterization of discussions' says official

The CDC clarifies some things about censorship article.

The Department of Health and Social Services (H.H.S) attempted to shed some light on a recent report which claims the Centers for Disease Control (C.D.C) is banned by the Trump administration from using the words “Transgender” and “diversity” among others in their 2019 budget requests.

Texas community mourns drag star after his murder

Texas drag celebrity Bianca Davenport Starr was murdered, suspect arrested.

A popular Texas drag queen was shot and killed and a suspect has been arrested in connection with the crime.

Bianca Davenport Starr, nee Jason Bradley was found murdered this past Friday in what police are calling a “possible robbery gone bad.”

Rep Daryl Metcalfe of PA doesn't want to be touched by another man: "I'm a heterosexual"

A Pennsylvania committee meeting took an awkward turn last week when a Republican representative asked another male committee member to stop touching him because he is not gay and has a wife.

“I don't like men, as you might,” said Rep Daryl Metcalfe (R) to Democratic Rep Matt Bradford after Bradford patted his arm during a discussion on a land-use bill on Tuesday.

Supreme Court cuts into Masterpiece Cakeshop case

Masterpiece Cake case goes before the Supreme Court.

The United States Supreme Court is weighing heavily on both sides of the Masterpiece Cake case currently being heard.

The case has some in the community worried because it is not about religious freedoms but freedom of speech. The decorator, Jack Phillips, says that he is a “cake artist” and creating a cake for a same-sex couple would infringe on his freedom of speech.

SCOTUS approves Trump's travel ban

It was only in September this latest edition, the third, was issued.

The Supreme court of the United States has allowed the latest version of President Trump’s travel ban to take effect pending appeal.

Trump has been trying for several months to get his travel ban passed, and this latest vote is the first time it’s been allowed to go forward.

It was only in September this latest edition, the third, was issued.

SCOTUS lets stand without remark Pidgeon v. Turner

In 2014 U.S. District Court, S.D. Texas, Houston Division ruled in favor of Pidgeon and Hicks.

The United States Supreme Court passed without comment on the case of Pidgeon v. Turner on Monday.

Back in 2013 then mayor Annise Parker extended benefits for same-sex workers who were legally married in other states.