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Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 9 / 26 February 2015
 
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Bills seek to curb drug prices
as Kaiser takes HIV meds off
'specialty tier'

Kaiser Permanente has stopped charging people more for HIV drugs and is offering refunds for the exorbitant copays some of its patients faced.

The decision comes as two state lawmakers have introduced bills meant to address high drug prices, including those for HIV medications. (read more)

Online Extra: Political Notes:
New boost proposed for
CA LGBT businesses

Web political notes: LGBT businesses would get another boost from proposed CA law (read more)

Chiu bills
would help LGBTs

State agencies would be required to collect LGBT demographic information and laws regarding the rights of parents who use assisted reproduction would be modernized... (read more)

Gay ex-SF cop accused of embezzlement

A gay former San Francisco police officer allegedly embezzled more than $16,000 from the department's Pride Alliance for LGBT officers, a recent email from one of the group's members said. (read more)

Self-defense claimed in SF gay man's '11 death

The man accused of brutally stabbing and beating to death his gay older roommate in 2011 did it after the victim raped him, the man's attorney said... (read more)

GSA Network
names new leaders

A San Francisco-based nonprofit that helps LGBT and allied youth has selected two staffers, who are people of color, to lead the organization as it addresses racial justice and other issues. (read more)

TLC to expand in the South

The organization Southerners on New Ground, known as SONG, has been fighting for the rights of LGBT people in the U.S. South for 20 years. (read more)

PrEP tops news
at HIV confab

HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, better known as PrEP, topped the news from the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections this week in Seattle... (read more)

One-dozen
displaced by fire

Smoke billowed from a three-alarm fire in San Francisco's Mission-Dolores neighborhood Saturday, February 21 and displaced 12 adults and a cat... (read more)

Kelowna offers
summer fun in Canada

Where's Kelowna? That's the first question most people ask when you tell them you have been to the largest non-coastal city in British Columbia, Canada. (read more)

LGBT Iraqis in U.S. speak of violence in homeland

Many LGBT Iraqis, along with gay Syrians, don't have a way to escape the brutal Islamic State of Iraq and Syria regime... (read more)

Political Notebook: SF training kicks off LGBT small business initiative

A national effort to boost business for LGBT-owned small companies will kick off next week at a training being held in San Francisco. (read more)

News Briefs: Last chance
to vote for the best

Time is running out for Bay Area Reporter readers to cast their ballots for the LGBT Best in the Bay readers' poll. (read more)

Jock Talk: Coaching alliance quietly adds
out members

Thirty-some years ago when I was an assistant high school wrestling coach in Alaska, I knew of only one other openly gay high school coach in the world. (read more)

Online Extra: Political Notes: Herrera promotes gay lawyer to chief deputy

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera has promoted a gay attorney on his staff... (read more)


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