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Michigan Out In Force

Police officer Danielle Woods would sooner flash you a smile than her badge. Both are equally bright, formidably disarming, and essential to her role as the Detroit Police Department's first-ever LGBT liaison. READ MORE.

National Trumpcare Appears Defeated, But LGBT Opponents Remain Wary

After Republican support crumbled for Trumpcare, LGBT advocacy groups that sought to preserve the Affordable Care Act are quietly confident it will remain in place -- although they say they're keeping a watchful eye. READ MORE.

Ann Arbor Calling All Food Lovers

The YpsiTasty Grub Crawl - a joint venture and local food celebration to support the mission of the A2Y Chamber and Growing Hope - is a chance for food lovers to enjoy the best locally grown food and beverages Ypsilanti restaurants have to offer. READ MORE.

Transmissions; Uniformly Bad

Since prior to the last election, many have warned of the precarious position transgender law was on the federal level. READ MORE.

The Tradition of Connectedness

It is that time again, and after months of strategic planning and securing partnerships, Detroit comes alive. READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: Jeff Sessions

When the country's chief law enforcement officer meets with a group that toils daily to hurt LGBTQ people, that's deeply troubling. READ MORE.

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