the agencies have a religious objection to providing health care coverage for their employees that includes services like contraception and sterilization. He asked U.S. District Judge Todd Campbell to issue an injunction, preventing the government from
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A homeless man in Murfreesboro said he's the victim of a hate crime after other homeless men shouted anti-homosexual slurs at him before beating him unconscious.
trying to be a part of the solution. It's not everyday a 14-year-old opens up about multiple suicide attempts, her sexuality and constant bullying she faces on a day-to-day basis. But Gabi Kirby has taken charge and is now trying to fix a problem
are too young to stand up for themselves. The don't say gay bill did not pass this year. If approved next year, teachers would not be allowed to talk about homosexuality with students in grades kindergarten through eighth grade.
objected. Gotto is also a state representative. The state Senate this year passed a measure that would bar discussion of homosexuality in school below the high school level. A House version stalled in committee, but could come up again next year. Hollin
be getting government funds after a grant was diverted to the city's public health department. That resulted in patients have to pay more for gynecological exams and birth control counseling. Copyright 2011 WSMV. All rights reserved.
court's standard requirements for first-time offenders. Those include paying a fine, testing for sexually - transmitted diseases and attending "John School," which is an educational program for men accused of soliciting prostitutes
goes too far in the wrong direction. The measure replaced the "Don't Say Gay" bill, and instead of banning talk about homosexuality , this bill requires sex education in schools to focus only on abstinence. Republican leaders say the bill is meant to