Issue Brief Jerome Hunt examines the disproportionately high rates of substance use by gay and transgender people, which is a significant impediment to the health of this group.
Crosby Burns and Melissa Dunn detail the state of gay and transgender women in our society and our economy today.
Kellan Baker on how data collection can help LGBT health care providers better address health disparities.
CAP’s Jeff Krehely and Kellan Baker interview Brad Clark, Executive Director of One Colorado, about One Colorado’s report on gay and transgender health care in the Centennial State and its national implications.
Kellan Baker and Zach Britt argue that the committee needs to take a balanced approach to deficit reduction to avoid exacerbating health disparities in gay and transgender communities.
The Health Equity and Accountability Act takes steps to address inequality, close disparities, and build a healthier society, writes Kellan Baker.
A look at the less universally recognized occurrence of domestic violence among partners of the same sex.
Issue Brief Aisha C. Moodie-Mills explains how a ban on menthol cigarettes will help minority Americans.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act would take away gains for gay and lesbian African Americans and other people of color, write Aisha C. Moodie-Mills and Danielle Moodie-Mills.
Report Carlos Maza and Jeff Krehely's recommendations to Health and Human Services to improve the ability of the primary care system to adequately meet the mental health needs of LGBT youth.
Jeff Krehely argues in the Baltimore Sun that hospital visitation rights are an important step on the path to full marriage rights for all Americans.
CAP talks with Jeff Krehely on President Obama's directive that would require hospitals to allow visitation rights for same-sex couples.
New bill would correct a longstanding inequality by allowing partners and other beneficiaries to access health care after a break in coverage, write Liz Weiss and Josh Rosenthal.
Jeff Krehely explains that a nation's health care system needs to do a better job treating the real needs of all its patients, including LGBT people who are racial and ethnic minorities.