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ATTENTION: AJR2* Hearing in Senate Committee Today

The Nevada State Senate Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections will hear public testimony on AJR2*, the bill that will change the Nevada State constitution’s definition of marriage, today. The Assembly Joint Resolution, making its second round through the legislature, appears on the committee’s published agenda as of this morning (April 29) with its meeting … Continue reading

Therenogaypage for April 23, 2019

Here is the latest issue of therenogaypage.  There is no community like the local LGBTQ+ community that can go from zero to 1,000 in less that two seconds.  This issue is six (6) pages. stories in this issue: Ace Studio accolades  Page 4 AIDS Candlelight Memorial Page 2 Bea Authur Bingo and Brunch  Page 5 … Continue reading

GaystarNews jumps the gun on “gay panic” bill on Nevada

London based GayStarNews reported yesterday April 17,  Nevada had passed a bill to ban the “gay panic” or “trans panic” defense with the headline “Nevada bans “gay panic” defense“.  That story was rapidly shared by many on social media but was incorrect. The bill, SB 97  had simply passed out of its house of origin … Continue reading

ADVISORY ISSUED: Be non confrontational, Be Safe

There is NO immediate threat to the LGBTQ+ community.  The community does need to be aware of a hate group that has raised its head in western Nevada, The Nevada Salt and Light Brigade.  The group is a sub-group of Pass the Salt Ministries, a known LGBTQ hate group according the Southern Poverty Law Center. … Continue reading

Protester shows up at OUR Center

Our Center had a bit of excitement on April 4 as its first protester stood outside its front door yelling “religious” hate speech through a battery powered amplified sound system.  Reno Police were called and talked with the protester, requiring him to turn down, if not off, his amplified sound system. At one point when … Continue reading

Nevada Assembly approves AJR2*, 37-2

The Nevada Assembly has approved AJR2* the bill from the 2017 legislative session which would change the state’s constitution to recognize all marriage, regardless of gender. On Friday, March 29, the Assembly voted 37 to 2 to approve the joint resolution for the second time, sending it on to the Senate Committee on Legislative Operations and … Continue reading

Federal Equality Act to be heard in House Committee

The Equality Act was first introduced in 1974 in Congress. On Tuesday April 2 at 7 am pacific time (10 am eastern) the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee will hear H.R. 5 (The Equality Act)  which has 237 Democratic and 2 Republican co-sponsors. This is the third attempt, in the last four years, to amend … Continue reading


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