HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A New England gay rights organization is praising Connecticut’s Department of Insurance for informing insurers they must pay “covered expenses” for treatment related to a patient’s gender transition. 119 more words
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Gay marriage acceptance was”almost impossible before Massachusetts opened the door on Nov. 18, 2003, with a Supreme Judicial Court ruling that declared a ban on gay marriages unconstitutional.” 46 more words
There have been many epic meetings throughout television history.
From Scooby-Doo meeting Batman, and the Flintstones encountering the Jetsons, to the upcoming meeting between the Simpsons and the Griffins, these summits have always enlightened and entertained audiences. 199 more words
After Ray Ramsey was crowned Concord High’s homecoming king last weekend,
after the cheers from the crowd and hugs from friends, he walked over to… 849 more words
Massachusetts Attorney General, Martha Coakley, delivered the keynote address to jump start the Pathways to Practice class. She spoke with us about her path to becoming the AG, issues of professionalism and ethics, and her 6 tips for success at our first co-op and in our future career. 109 more words