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Nic Garcia

Doing God’s Work: Rocky Mountain Imperial Court still at work after 40 years

In 2015, the International Court System, the governing body of organizations like the Imperial Court of the Rocky Mountain Empire, will celebrate its 50th year. Started by San Francisco’s Emperor I Jose Juilio Sarria, a World War II veteran, courts are registered nonprofits or foundations that raise money explicitly to redistribute it to other nonprofits and community members as grants and scholarships....

After civil unions battle, struggle for equality continues

Be prepared. For anything. That’s the advice from half a dozen gay rights activists from across the nation who have been where Colorado’s gay and lesbian community is about to find itself: on the winning side of a long-fought political battle for relationship recognition....


Gov. John Hickenlooper is expected to sign into law the Colorado Civil Union Act. The new law, which will go into effect May 1, will establish most of the rights and responsibilities of marriage for same-sex couples. ...

Nic Garcia

Out Front contributor Nic Garcia is a lifelong journalist and works for Colorado education policy news organization EdNewsColorado. He was an Out Front managing editor, associate publisher and executive editor from 2011 to 2013.