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December 18, 2009

1. Antonio to seek 13th Ohio House District seat

2.Departing center director Doerfer honored at Winter Party

3. D.C. passes full marriage law

4. Housing, gay-targeted info sought at AIDS town hall

5. Annise Parker beats anti-gay attacks to win Houston mayor race

December 4, 2009

1. In a 21-0 vote, Cleveland passes protections for transgender people

2.Akron enacts LGBT equality ordinance

3. Cleveland LGBT Center director Sue Doerfer to lead Equality Ohio

4. Summit passes county worker anti-bias measure

5. Taskforce honors six for ‘Voices Against the Silence’

November 20, 2009

1. Council to vote on TG bias law this month

2. Bill to repeal Ohio marriage ban introduced in House

3. Gay Games will change Cleveland and Akron ‘forever,’ say organizers

4. Federal job bias bill may get a House vote soon

November 6, 2009

1. Eight out candidates win in Ohio cities

2. Two out of three ain’t bad

3. Obama signs Shepard-Byrd hate crime bill into law

October 23, 2009

1. Throngs fill the nation’s capital to demand equality

2. Hate crime bill passes House; Obama will sign

3. Federal job bias bill gets its second House hearing

4. A dozen out candidates are seeking Ohio offices

5. Teacher and reporter seeks Canton School Board seat

October 9, 2009

1. We did it!

2. Bowman to leave Equality Ohio for post with national federation

3. Ohio makes it easier to change gender on licenses

4. Countdown to National Equality March nears zero

September 25, 2009

1. Equality bill passes Ohio House in historic vote

2. City to grant $700,000 if Gay Games come here

3. Incumbent is ‘cautiously optimistic’ in ten-way race

4. A single donor covers half of Equality March’s budget

5. ‘Kill gays’ singer’s Columbus show moved to new venue

September 11, 2009

1. Gain one, lose one

2. Medina GSA founder seeks seat on city council

3. First gay Ohio history plaque may honor Dayton native

4. Maine and Washington anti-gay issues head to ballot

5. Mary Cheney gave $1,000 to anti-gay Ohio candidate

August 28, 2009

1. Lower price brings bigger crowd to Dancin’ in the Streets

2. Cleveland TG measure may have less support in council

3. Two cities pass equality measures on same night

4. Joe Santiago faces six opponents in council race

5. Partner registry foes sue city to have it closed

6. Franklin grants benefits to county workers’ partners

7. Equality bill will be first when Ohio House returns

August 14, 2009

1. Putting our best foot forward

2. A White Fantasia and a green picnic highlight Black Pride

3. Lakewood’s first lesbian councilor seeks re-election

4. Cleveland schools have pioneering LGBT program

5. 70,000 protest killings at Tel Aviv LGBT youth center

July 31, 2009

1. Speaker vows September vote on equality bill

2. Summit Stonewall Democrats founder seeks Akron council seat

3. ‘Don’t ask’ pause dropped, but policy will get hearing

4. Santiago passed over by Democratic group

July 17, 2009

1. Bringing the Gay Games to town

2. Most Ohioans favor equality bill, two polls shower

3. Lake setting adds charm to center’s 20th garden party

4. Hate crime, ‘don’t ask’ riders may go on defense bill

5. Fourth of July attacks send 3 Columbus men to hospital

6. Federal DOMA faces three legal challenges

July 3, 2009

1. Cleveland Pride at 21, & Stonewall at 40

2. Weekend-long Columbus Pride is the largest ever

3. Equality bill hits a snag

4. Ohio schools are unsafe for LGBT kids, report says

5. ENDA is back

6. Delaware is 21st state to pass lesbian-gay bias law

June 19, 2009

1. Street is a party for first Youngstown Pride festival

2. Cincinnati and Dayton fill two weekends with Pride

3. Two stages give Cleveland Pride a full day of performers

4. Columbus Pride Holiday is a full weekend this year

5. Equality bill passes Ohio House panel

6. LGBT discussion takes on a new tone in the Ohio Statehouse

7. Has Lee Fisher changed his position on marriage?

8. DOMA defense touches off week of anger at Obama

9. Cincinnati group may join foes of Cleveland registry

June 5, 2009

1. Springtime AIDS Walk gives a sunny finale to the event

2. Equality bill may have tougher time in House

3. Groups help keep registry foe out of Statehouse

4. Proposition 8 battle heads to two new fronts

May 22, 2009

1. City Hall celebration marks Cleveland registry opening

2. Anti-bias bill may pass Ohio House easily

3. Lawmakers visited to urge equality bill’s passage

4. Moscow police smash Pride march for the fourth time

5. As registry challenge fades, groups shift their focus

6. Obama may be backing away from ‘don’t ask’ repeal

May 08, 2009

1. Registry vote may not happen this year

2. Leatherfolk have a ball at the eighth CLAW gathering

3. Maine becomes the fifth state with full marriage

4. Two lesbian law professors are on Obama’s high court list

5. D.C. marriage recognition may be an issue in Congress

6. Bill would add LGBT students to federal bullying law

April 24, 2009

1. Over half of council to march in Pride parade

2. Gay men are being tortured to death in Iraq

3. Democratic and labor groups join forces to pass two bills

4. Change minds first, then laws, says ACLU’s Coles

April 10, 2009

1. Wedding bells in Iowa

2. Trinity dean Lind honored with HRC’s highest award

3. Parents sue Mentor schools, say bullies drove son to suicide

4. Democrats’ Senate choice may come down to marriage

5. 411 is date, time, purpose of breast cancer benefit

March 27, 2009

1. Students protest after two men are bashed

2. Butler commissioners head off ‘married-only’ adoption rule

3. Gay and lesbian couples are more likely to be poor, study finds

4. U.S. reverses itself, now supports U.N. gay measure

March 13, 2009

1. Justices seem ready to uphold Prop. 8

2. Retired colonel goes to D.C. to oppose ‘don’t ask’

3. Story of hallway dilemma wins museum’s honors

4. Bill to repeal ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ is introduced

5. Partner immigration bill has better chance this year

6. Treatment and side effects come together in sculpture

February 27, 2009

1. AIDS Walk this spring will be Cleveland’s final one

2. Valentine’s Day brings love to Variety Show

3. Cleveland registry campaign heats up

4. Obama supports U.N. bid to decriminalize gays

5. Partner immigration bill has better chance this year

6. Harvey would have loved Oscar speeches for ‘Milk’

February 13, 2009

1. Two groups now working to save Cleveland partner registry

2. Rally lifts many voices for equal rights and LGBT families

3. Will Obama's Faith-based office still allow gay bias?

4. Gay Republicans hopeful about party's new chair

January 30, 2009

1. Registry won't be undone, says Forbes

2. Cleveland Pride returns to June 20, same day as Columbus

3. A close-up view of the inauguration

4. Race and sexual orientation explored in ‘fishbowl’ forum

5. Mom wants ban used to keep ex from kids

January 16, 2009

1. Registry foes won't let go after falling short

2. Cleveland lesbian couple joins Obama on inaugural train

3. Justice won't expand Ohio marraige ban amendment

4. Six gays and lesbians passed over for council

5. Stark jail abused man with AIDS symptoms, he says

January 2, 2009

1. Rothan, Farrell seek vacant Columbus City Council seats

2. Partner registry ballot battle heats up

3. A mixed bag

4. Ohio musicians join LGBT band in presidential parade

5. Cuyahoga County is sued for anti-lesbian job bias

6. 66 nations condemn gay death laws, but not the U.S.

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