Category Archives: Herlaw

Strippers and marriage

Louisville passed a highly restric­tive adult enter­tain­ment ordi­nance, which may put them out of busi­ness. Same-sex cou­ples could get mar­ried for the first time today in New York. Read More →

The 10 most sexist jobs in America

A Forbes’ sur­vey reveals the jobs with the high­est gen­der wage gap. Read More →

Not Casey Anthony news

Her­Linked rants about the country’s Casey Anthony obses­sion and sug­gests sto­ries of actual impor­tance. Read More →

Happy first day, new UK president

Today marks Eli Capilouto’s first day as the new pres­i­dent of the Uni­ver­sity of Ken­tucky. We explore his legacy at the Uni­ver­sity of Alabama-Birmingham. Namely, a law­suit filed against him accus­ing him of gen­der dis­crim­i­na­tion. Read More →

25-year-old Louisvillian accused of raping child

A 25-year-old Louisvil­lian named Tony Craw­ford was arrested today and charged with third-degree sodomy and first-degree unlaw­ful trans­ac­tion with a minor. Read More →

New York equal marriage bill passes 33–29

At approx­i­mately 10:30 pm, Fri­day, June 24, 2011, New York became the sixth and most pop­u­lous state in the union Read More →

Update: New York Senate now debating some boring bill

The livestream video of the New York State Sen­ate def­i­nitely works. They’re now debat­ing S4BOR, spon­sored by Sen. Berry Bor­ing, Read More →

BREAKING: New York Senate to vote on equal marriage bill tonight

BREAKING: New York Sen­ate to vote on equal mar­riage bill tonight. Sen­ate major­ity leader Dean Ske­los just announced that the equal mar­riage bill will indeed come to a vote tonight. Watch the sen­ate vote LIVE from Her­Linked. Read More →

Wal-Mart ruling spurs Democratic lawmakers to reintroduce Equal Rights Amendment

Wal-Mart rul­ing spurs Demo­c­ra­tic law­mak­ers to rein­tro­duce Equal Rights Amend­ment Read More →

Once again, we find ourselves trying to figure out what the hell Antonin Scalia is saying

Round-up of news about the Supreme Court’s Wal-Mart v. Dukes rul­ing. Read More →