GAY USA: TV’s Weekly LGBT News Hour
Ann Northrop and Andy Humm report and analyze the week’s stories on the LGBT activist movement, politics and government, legal cases, AIDS and community health, and entertainment. We also interview timely newsmakers. GAY USA has been telecast continuously since 1985.
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This Week on Gay USA 6/13/18:
∎ Arizona judges makes a pro-gay ruling based on the Masterpiece Cakeshop decision.
∎ Republican US Senate continues to approve anti-LGBT activists as judges.
∎ Anti-gay attacks after Pride in Salt Lake City and Queens, NY.
∎ A bullied gender non-conforming student wins big settlement from the Philadelphia schools.
∎ Iowa ordered to pay for transition-related healthcare under Medicaid.
∎ Lots of gay moments at the Tony Awards.
∎ PBS premiers the gay-themed “Man in an Orange Shirt” on Sunday and Netflix releases a funny gay coming-of-age film, “Alex Strangelove.”
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