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Monday, November 1, 2010, was the day when activists, who had organised the QueerSOS! vigil outside Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand's campaign office, would transition into a fast for LGBT civil rights. For more information, visit : One activist, Alan Bounville, was set to begin a water-only fast beginning on Tuesday, November 2, and he has said that he would remain fasting until draft legislation known as the American Equality Bill would be filed by Sen. Gillibrand. LGBT activists and allies are supporting the American Equality Bill, draft legislation, which, if passed, would add ''sexual orientation'' and ''gender identity'' to the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The American Equality Bill would, as one legal act, end major forms of discrimination against LGBT Americans. Some of the LGBT activists, who were present for Day 36 of the QueerSOS! vigil, shared some thoughts about the need for civil rights for LGBT Americans, based on the de jure and de facto discrimination that takes place in America each day. In October, the city council of South Bend, Indiana, voted down a proposed ordinance that would have extended employment discrimination protection to gays and lesbians. Recently, the Obama administration appealed a court ruling that outlawed the military policy of ''Don't Ask, Don't Tell.'' To LGBT Americans, the president's appeal looks like he is trying to keep in force a military policy that enforces discrimination against LGBT Americans who serve in the ...

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29, Oct 2014 - South Bend, IN Gay marriage licenses will be legal in Indiana soon, says state official
Attorney General Greg Zoeller is waiting for appeals court mandate, but expects county clerks will be required to issue licenses
11, Oct 2014 - South Bend, IN Supreme Court vacates Elkhart man's molesting conviction
The Indiana Supreme Court called an Elkhart defendant's almost 1,300-day wait to face trial "considerable, unfortunate and inexcusable"
09, Oct 2014 - South Bend, IN Crime Time Oct. 9
Bremen Police The Bremen police issued eight traffic citations, issued 32 warnings, and ticketed five ordinance violations. There was a bomb theft, one theft, one burglary, one Habitual Traffic Violator – Life Crash Reports Grant and Marshall streets, Property Damage Accident Indiana and North Dewey, Property Damage Accident 730 High Street (Precision Painting Parking Lot), Property Damage ...
09, Oct 2014 - South Bend, IN Notre Dame to extend benefits to same-sex spouses
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) -- The University of Notre Dame has informed employees it will extend benefits to same-sex spouses after the U.S. Supreme Court effectively legalized gay marriage in Indiana and 10 other states.The university sent out an email to employees Wednesday evening that said because Indiana law now recognizes same-sex marriages, the university "will extend benefits to all legally ...
08, Oct 2014 - SOUTH BEND, IN UPDATE: Indiana Attorney General instructs counties to grant same-sex marriage licenses
Attorney General Greg Zoeller's office issued word to county offices Tuesday to begin granting same-sex marriage licenses.
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