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Experts and activists spoke to promising signs amid a frustratingly slow pace of change to what some call a discriminatory ban.
Demonstrations by the protest group Gays Against Guns feature veiled stand-ins for shooting victims, dressed all in white, silently marching to represent their spirit.
The city has reached a deal to purchase the site of the June 12 massacre for $2.25 million.
"This is simply our way of paying that kindness forward."
Yesterday's die-in, held in New York outside investment firm BlackRock, Inc., proved that radical queer activism is still kicking.
While the mass shooting prompted calls for tighter gun laws, it has also led to a push for gay people to considering arming themselves for protection.
Exactly one month after a shooter killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Republicans in the House of Representatives are hearing arguments for a law that would permit businesses to deny rights to LGBTQ employees.
The feds backtracked on their decision to exclude any mention of the Islamic State from transcripts of the gunman's calls to 911 during his rampage.
In the wake of the Orlando nightclub massacre, we spoke to Florida gun enthusiasts and arms merchants about what makes the assault rifle so popular.
In the wake of the Pulse shooting, public health advocates and activists are calling on the FDA to strike down a ban they view as discriminatory, stigmatizing, and based on outdated science.
"I really don't know what to feel," said one attendee. "My body is numb. There are some things I have not been able to digest yet."