Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival

Join us at this year's Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, April 26 - May 3 at venues throughout Miami-Dade County! For programming and more information about the event, visit the MGLFF website here.

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Miami Shores City Council Endorsements

In connection with the April 9, 2013 Miami Shores City Council elections, the SAVE Dade Action PAC endorses the following candidates:

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Coral Gables 2013 Election Endorsements

In connection with the April 9, 2013 City of Coral Gables election the SAVE Dade Action PAC endorses the following candidates:

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Bay Harbor Islands Approves Equality Ordinance

SAVE Dade is pleased to announce a major victory in the Town of Bay Harbor Islands. Last week, the Town Council unanimously passed a Domestic Partnership Ordinance on second reading that would guarantee Town employees who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) the same rights and benefits as all other city employees.

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Congresswoman Wilson supports repealing DOMA

From the office of Congresswoman Frederica Wilson:

Congresswoman Frederica Wilson is a steadfast advocate for the LGBT community and views LGBT rights as a civil right battle of our time.  She is a Congressional co-sponsor of both the bill to repeal DOMA and the Uniting Families Act and has been recognized by Human Rights Campaign and SAVE Dade as a strong supporter of marriage equality.

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Statement on CFC's Attack on Commissioner Dennis Moss

SAVE Dade expresses deep concern over the recent actions taken at the Miami-Dade Commission meeting by the Christian Family Coalition.

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Congress renews LGBT-inclusive Violence Against Women Act

Yesterday, Congress reauthorized the 1994 Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), including new provisions to protect gays and lesbians, immigrants, and Native Americans. On February 28, 2013, the House adopted the bill passed by the Senate in early February. It now goes to the President for signature.

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How will the sequester impact the LGBT community?

Lately we’ve been hearing lots about the “sequester” – Washington-ese for automatic budget cuts resulting from the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, itself a result of the Budget Control Act of 2011 passed to avert that year’s debt-ceiling crisis

Understandably, that sentence reads as DC gibberish to all but the most obsessed political junkies and out-of-touch pols. But the “sequester” will affect everyone, including the LGBT community in Florida, which benefits from funding for things like HIV/AIDS services, mental health treatment, and substance abuse programs.

So how does the “sequester” relate to things like health services for at-risk populations like the LGBT community?

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