Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender news bites for the week.
While Republicans in Texas are embracing reparative therapy as official plank language in the party’s platform, matters are played out differently in New Jersey last week when a superior court judge ruled that a conversion therapy organization could be liable for damages inflicted on four young people whose sexuality it claimed they could change.
PARAMUS, N.J. (AP) — A Republican Assembly candidate who dropped out of the race after his book of rants about gays and others surfaced participated in a campaign debate anyway on Wednesday, saying he's not the same person he was when he wrote it.
TRENTON (AP) — With gay marriage already legal in New Jersey, state lawmakers have ended their push to codify some of the details through a bill.
A New Jersey police officer is filing a discrimination lawsuit which alleges her supervisors created a hostile work environment for her.
Nearly a dozen students and their parents have been brought into a lawsuit filed by a New Jersey teenager who accused two school districts of not doing enough to stop eight years of bullying.
Thomas Vandergrift is speaking out against Facebook postings made by a member of the Pennsauken Board of Education, which he views as homophobic and transphobic.
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The United States Supreme Court has denied a petition to review New Jersey’s ban on youth conversion therapy.
(AP) Students at a private university in New Jersey can eat more chicken as long as it's not Chick-fil-A.
A New Jersey teacher allegedly asked students if they had HIV before a four-day camping trip.
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(CNN) -- Its impact didn't reach the epic levels many government officials had warned of, but the first blizzard of 2015 is keeping much of the U.S. Northeast shut down -- at least for the day.
The Democratic presidential field continues to expand with the announcement on Feb. 1 by U.S. Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey that he would join the campaign.