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Legal Ease: A higher standard becoming of you

Having the great fortune of being able to contribute to SDGLN, I often find myself contemplating what to write, what legal hints and advice should be dispersed to the community, and what would be a benefit to readers.

Focus on the Familia

People ask what that magic word or phrase is that will move Latinos so we can win the next marriage vote. As a Latino working in the marriage field and the son of a family that worked in the fields, I’m here to tell you it’s all about family.

Open letter, Pride moving forward

In recent weeks it became clear to us that many LGBT San Diegans had lost confidence in the board and its ability to manage our annual Pride Parade and weekend – the largest, most visible and most inclusive LGBT community event of the year.

News from Todd Gloria

I hope to see you for my first State of District Three presentation on Monday, February 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the Old Globe’s Conrad Prebys Theatre. I have received a great response thus far and look forward to an enjoyable evening with you.

San Diego crime rate continues to fall

Compared to other cities of nearly identical size -- such as Dallas, Phoenix and San Antonio -- we are doing remarkably well, especially when it comes to the murder rate.

Legal Ease: Equal protection for erotica novelists

I was surprised about how many legal and privacy issues she was confronted with before choosing to write under this fictitious name. I was also surprised to learn that making such a choice actually limits one’s legal rights.

Be seen in 2010 - complete your census

For the first time in history, the U.S. Bureau of the Census will capture data on same-sex married and unmarried households. An important policy change no doubt, but without a culturally intuitive education campaign to match, “hard to count” populations like the LGBT community may relegate their Census to the recycling bin.