Showing posts with label Oregon. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Oregon. Show all posts

20 February 2018

ACLU Of Oregon Seeks Dismissal Of Transgender Locker Room Lawsuit

Ericka Cruz Guevarra


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27 January 2018

Oregon - Oregon grants transgender inmate's request to move to women's prison

Noelle Crombie
The Oregonian

Coffee Creek Correctional Institution


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16 November 2017

11 November 2017

Milton-Freewater, Oregon

estimated transgender population:  41*
(rounded up)


ezs note:  Peas! Corn!  Muddy frogwater!  These are a few of the things you'll find as you explore Milton-Freewater, Oregon!  

24 October 2017

Transgender inmate settles lawsuit with Oregon over medical treatment

Gillian Flaccus

Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution
Pendleton, OR


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15 July 2017

Bandon, Oregon


ezs note:  Well, ya like the beach?  Then I think you'll like Bandon, Oregon! 

16 June 2017

31 May 2017

Oregon Governor Signs Transgender Equity Bill Into Law

Kristena Hansen
U.S. News and World Report


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24 December 2016

Lynn Benton, transgender man, locked up in woman's facility

Stephen Mayer


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18 October 2016

Transgender inmate sues DOC over denial of medical care

My Plainview


17 October 2016

02 August 2016

30 May 2016

Lebanon schools: No transgender changes planned

David Patton
Lebanon Express


03 March 2016

21 January 2016

The word of the year

Skye Hurlin
Lake Oswego Review

Skye Hurlin


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09 December 2015

A Portland University Wants Federal Permission to Ban Transgender Students

Dirk VanderHart
The Portland Mercury


ezs note:  Wow... how interesting.  I have no qualms with private colleges or universities instituting some strange and/or appalling codes...  but that's only if their funding remains totally private!  Note that the article said that Multnomah University accepted 1.1 million in federal funds!  Now, that's a different kettle of fish.  I do think that federal monies are a valuable resource, but if their hand remains out, certain standards have to be met.  Please urge your Congressperson if any money is to be doled out to a private institution, transgender people have to be welcomed.  (Thanks to Mr. VanderHart for your diligence.)