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Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 13 / 26 March 2015

SF set to adopt LGBT seniors bill

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is set to adopt on Tuesday first-in-the-nation legislation that protects the rights of LGBT seniors living in assisted care settings. (read more)

Harris seeks to stop
'shoot gays' initiative

State Attorney General Kamala Harris on Wednesday said that she would go to court in an effort to stop a proposed ballot initiative that calls for gays to be killed. (read more)

Lesbian named chief
of SF national park

A top-ranking lesbian National Park Service employee who has infuriated dog owners and local recreation activists has been named the incoming superintendent of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. (read more)

Nob Hill murder case heads to jury

Jurors this week were set to begin deliberating the fate of the man accused of killing his older gay roommate in San Francisco's Nob Hill neighborhood in 2011. (read more)

Wiener, center confident
in Pink Saturday plans

As San Francisco elected and nonprofit officials prepare for this June's Pink Saturday party, email exchanges with San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener's office show some trepidation toward this year's event. (read more)

HIV+ man alleges discrimination
by SF company

A man who's living with HIV is suing the San Francisco travel agency where he's worked for years, claiming the company discriminated against him, harassed him, and disclosed his health information. (read more)

LGBT center Soiree celebrates achievements, raises funds

The San Francisco LGBT Community Center's official poster for Soiree 2015 features a starship way out in the far reaches of space. (read more)

SF State reaches to Chicago
for new science dean

San Francisco State University has appointed Illinois Institute of Technology Dean Keith J. (read more)

From hiking to wine tasting, Cape Town is a good bet

Cape Town, South Africa is a destination for every kind of LGBT traveler. (read more)

IACHR hears LGBT Central and South Americans' concerns

Leaders of member states of the Organization of American States gathered last week to discuss a number of issues, including LGBT rights, at the 154th Period of Sessions of the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights in Washington, D. (read more)

Political Notebook: SF Supervisor Christensen adjusts to newrole

Voicing her support for an ordinance that would create a "Bill of Rights" for LGBT seniors living in long-term care facilities in the city, San Francisco Supervisor Julie Christensen began to tear up as she recalled how upset her sister, an intensive care nurse at UCSF during the early days of the AIDS epidemic, would be after her shifts at the hospital. (read more)

News Briefs: Palliative care head honored with compassionaward

A lesbian who runs the palliative care program at Seniors At Home, the senior care division of Jewish Family and Children's Services of San Francisco, will receive one of two 2015 Compassionate Care Leadership Awards from the Coalition of Compassionate Care of California. (read more)

Jock Talk: Quitcha belly achin'

We are at a blissful and contemplative time in the national sports calendar. (read more)

Online Extra: Political Notes: Out CA legislators eye higher office

Several gay and lesbian California legislators have formed campaign committees with an eye toward running for higher office. (read more)

Online Extra: Wedding Bells Ring: Salt Lake City ranks above San Jose among gay cities

It's no surprise that the San Francisco metropolitan area has a higher percentage of LGBTs than any other region in the country. (read more)

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