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State Supreme Court sets precedent in New Hampshire

Legal ProceedingsA unanimous decision by the New Hampshire Supreme Court stated that divorce courts should figure co-habitation time between same-sex couples when deciding divisions of estate and alimony. The ruling could have ramifications for heterosexual couples as well.

LEAGUE Foundation awards 10 college scholarships for 2016

LEAGUE Foundation logoThe LEAGUE Foundation awarded new college scholarships for 2016. Since 1996, the LEAGUE Foundation has awarded 133 college scholarships. It is the nation’s oldest LGBT scholarship program and has given scholarships to students attending different US institutions nationwide. 

State Theatre plans LGBT pre and post-show receptions

New Brunswick State TheatreThe State Theatre in New Brunswick plans new events for the LGBT community this fall and again in the spring of 2017.  LGBT night in the fall will be a post-show cast party after the show Dirty Dancing while LGBT night in the spring will be a pre and post-show reception for the show Rent.

From recovery to LGBT activist in just 18 months

Eddie Acosta Kearny NJWhen Kearny resident Eddie Acosta turned to Desert Hope Treatment Center, an American Addiction Centers facility in Las Vegas, Nevada in January 2015, he was at one of the lowest points in his life. Fast forwarded to today, and Eddie is not only 18 months sober but also on a mission to make a difference in his New Jersey LGBT community.

South Jersey Gay Pride festival is scheduled for September 11

Southern NJ Gay Pride folks in the park 2015Gay pride, LGBT pride or simply "pride" builds community and celebrates diversity. Each year the Southern New Jersey LGBTQA Pride Committee takes time to educate our community on prominent issues and sponsors an annual Pride Festival. The concentration of the organization at this year's September 11, 2016 event is anti-bullying and is sponsored by CCM and Comcast. 

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