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By Les Spindle | Thursday Mar 7, 2013
After sitting on their hands over protecting LGBT students, Southern California schools are now implementing Project SPIN, Suicide Prevention Intervention Now.
By Antoinette Weil | Saturday Mar 2, 2013
More than 30 years after Aaron Fricke sued his school for the right to escort his boyfriend to a prom, LGBT students are still fighting to prevent discrimination and bullying in schools.
By Tony Hobday | Saturday Jan 19, 2013
On Jan. 9, Governor Deval L. Patrick swore in members of the MA Commission on GLBT Youth an agency charged with improving the lives of Massachusetts’ young GLBT people.
By Les Spindle | Wednesday Sep 12, 2012
The deadline for California schools to comply with the new anti-bullying measure Seth’s Law passed on July 1, but some Los Angeles schools have yet to implement it.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Jun 20, 2012
The Boston Globe reported that former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney’s administration prevented an anti-bullying public school guide from being published in 2006 because it used the terms "bisexual" and "transgender."
By Peter Cassels | Monday Jun 4, 2012
Christian groups like Family Research Council claim anti-bullying legislation & school programs promote homosexuality & counter-productive. They claim it’s Christians who are being bullied. But they are facing opposition from liberal & gay rights groups.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Jan 9, 2012
The Weekly Standard let Eugene Delgaudio send a bigoted email to thousands of its readers, where he bashed a pro-gay legislation that would protect LGBT youth from being bullied in schools; but Townhall criticized Rick Santorum for anti-gay stances.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Oct 11, 2011
New Jersey’s tough new anti-bullying law has been touted as the toughest in the nation--but the school administrators who have to enforce the new law say that it’s using up time and resources that could be put to better use.
Friday Aug 19, 2011
While meeting with the President, Laieski proposed that the administration appoint an LGBT youth advisor to the President; which would serve as a liaison between the Obama Administration and our nation’s LGBT youth population.
By Joseph Erbentraut | Thursday May 19, 2011
The Texas House of Representatives earlier this month approved a measure that would strengthen the Lone Star State’s anti-bullying laws, but LGBT activists in some states are increasingly concerned.
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