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Amid Texas’ HIV Epidemic, Legacy Community Health Debuts New Initiative to Reduce Spread of Virus in Harris County

Health center’s pharmacy now on frontlines of preventive medicine.

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Meet the Men Who Might be 2020’s First Spouse

Six presidential candidates have husbands. Should one of them win, their partner would become the first-ever first spouse.

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The Houston Public Library’s Drag Queen Storytime is Ending for Now

Organizers step down and halt the program for safety.

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Two New Bills Coming Up In the Texas Legislature Threaten LGBTQ Rights

SB 15 and SB 17 would permit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.

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Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher Voices Support for the Equality Act

Law to protect LGBTQ Americans should reach House floor this summer.

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Houston Library Bans Drag Queen Storytime Reader with Criminal Record

Mala-Niña, who participated in the program in September, was once convicted of sexually assaulting a child.

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United Methodist Church Investigating Voting Irregularities at Summit That Bolstered LGBT Bans

Church organizers and an independent auditor are looking into the credentialing process for the more than 800 Methodist delegates who…

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A Fight Over Paid Sick Leave is Turning into a Fight Over LGBTQ Non-Discrimination Ordinances

Many LGBTQ advocates fear Texans could be exposed to some discriminatory employment practices.

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DNC Passes Over Houston for 2020 Convention, Picking Milwaukee

Democratic National Chairman Tom Perez selected Milwaukee as his party's 2020 convention site.

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Diana 66: The Route to Fun and Antics on March 23

Tickets are on sale now for one of Houston’s most comedic black-tie events.

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