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$1.25 Million to benefit two Balboa Park Gardens

San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders yesterday announced a major gift from the estate of Thomas and Lilyan Frank that will fund the continued upkeep of two of Balboa Park’s famed gardens.

NOM contributed $1.9 Million to Maine's Yes on 1 Campaign

In disregard to state election law, the Washington, DC based National Organization for Marriage (NOM) filed its final campaign report this week on Question 1 in Maine, and refused to provide any of its donor's names.

Appeals court to vote on new hearing in Proposition 8 challenge

Judges of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will vote soon on whether to reconsider their decision last week denying gay rights advocates access to internal communications of Proposition 8 supporters who succeeded in getting voters to ban same-sex marriage last year.

Human Rights Campaign continues “Support Those that Support Us” crusade

Wireless devices are popular gifts during the holiday season. So popular, they are gifts we are even likely to give ourselves. However, for those who still have shopping to do, the HRC has highlighted the stark contrasts of LGBT-inclusive policies in the wireless industry, so you can make your choices accordingly.

Ex-Gay ministry in Lansing cut loose after charges of bizarre therapy

Truth Wins Out (TWO) revealed this week that the nation’s largest “ex-gay” organization, Exodus International, officially cut ties with its Lansing affiliate Corduroy Stone after charges were made by an ex-gay survivor that the sessions included harmful and bizarre therapy.

Schwarzenegger approval rating hits new low

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's approval rating has dropped to a new low as Californians continue to worry about the economy and the state's dismal finances, according to a new poll by the Public Policy Institute of California.