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Windy City Times 2016-04-20

LETTERS Sending a message

Chat focuses on volunteerism, international activism

Gender JUST collaborative examines radical solutions to transgender issues

HIV-to-HIV organ transplants performed

Communication is key to minority LGBT health, research says

S.C. sheriff makes anti-trans speech

Report: N.C. law could cost state $567M

VIEWS How to stamp out transgender 'bathroom panic'

Urban Initiatives holds fundraiser at Sidetrack

Task force releases scathing CPD report

Life: You, Me, and A.D.

Pro-LGBT organizations criticize N.C. order

Cross-country hiker raises awareness for foster youth

Quigley Directs FDA to Remove Blood Donor Biased Question

Blackhawks player appears to use anti-gay slur

Blackhawks player suspended for anti-gay slur

Report: LGBT elected officials key to blocking anti-LGBT laws

Report: Trans College Students At Higher Risk For Suicide Attempts After Denial of Access

Rauner meets with trans-bill advocates

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