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By Lisa Keen | March 28, 2018

Lori Franchina worked as a firefighter for Providence, Rhode Island, and for four years, everything was fine. Then one day, she was paired up with a male worker notorious for sexually harassing female colleagues.

By by Matthew S. Bajko | March 7, 2018

There were 53 LGBT judges serving on the California bench as of December 31 last year, according to the latest demographic data released by the state's judicial council.


By Roger Brigham | February 28, 2018

Nine months after the 2017 World Outgames in Miami was canceled, a television producer from California who had been registered to compete in tennis has filed a $5 million lawsuit in federal district court against Outgames organizers.

By Seth Hemmelgarn | February 21, 2018

A transgender woman who claims a San Francisco city worker blocked her from using a women's bathroom and called her a "fucking freak" is suing the city.


By by Seth Hemmelgarn | February 14, 2018

Four San Francisco deputy public defenders, including a Latina lesbian, have filed papers to unseat incumbent Superior Court judges in the June 5 election.

By Seth Hemmelgarn | January 24, 2018

A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco has rejected a sex worker group's bid to legalize prostitution in California.


By Seth Hemmelgarn | January 24, 2018

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved settling a lawsuit by a lesbian former police officer for $100,000.

By Matthew S. Bajko | January 17, 2018

A former chief attorney at the public defender's office in San Francisco recently joined the local superior court bench, maintaining the number of out LGBT judges serving on it at eight.


By Sari Staver | January 17, 2018

The Apothecarium has sued the city of San Francisco, arguing that the Board of Supervisors shouldn't have sustained an appeal of its pot dispensary in the Sunset district.

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