29th November 2012
US: Teacher suspended for letting student play pro-gay equality song to class 33
9:22 PM — A teacher at a school in South Lyon, Michigan has been suspended without pay for allowing a student to play a song about gay love to his class.
30th August 2012
Judge suggests Detroit lesbian couple challenge state’s marriage equality ban for full parenting rights
12:11 PM — A federal judge in Detroit this week suggested a lesbian couple challenge the state of Michigan's ban on marriage equality - which is preventing them both being registered as their children's parents.
10th August 2012
Police in Michigan fail to take action against gay hate protest group 34
5:37 PM — Police in Grand Rapids, Michigan, have said they would not be charging a group of Bible-preaching protesters who threatened to rape a woman at a gay event because no one came forward with a "specific complaint".
29th July 2012
US: Michigan gay rights campaigners launch hunger strikes 5
9:14 PM — Gay rights campaigners in Michigan, US, are launching an 100-day shift-based hunger strike to protest against the state's "extreme anti-gay environment". The strikers, from eight gay rights organisations, will fast for 24 hours at a time at LGBT centre Affirmations in Ferndale. The shifts end on election day.
29th April 2012
Video: US Catholic school disinvites alumnus over his homosexuality 20
4:38 PM — A Catholic school in Michigan, US, has withdrawn the invitation it issued to one of its alumni to be the keynote speaker at his brother's graduation, after authorities there discovered he was gay and engaged to his partner.
11th November 2010
Michigan students criticised for burning gay Pride flag 10
2:39 PM — A private college in Michigan, US, says it has taken "appropriate action" after two students burned a gay Pride flag on campus.
10th October 2005
Michigan To Offer Gay Partner Benefits
12:00 AM — A Michigan judge ruled this week that public universities and governments can provide health insurance to the partners of gay employees without violating the state constitution.The ruling sets aside a legal opinion issued this year by Republican Attorney General Mike Cox saying that the city of Kalamazoo could not provide benefits to gay partners.