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laWow adds LGBTQ pursuits to its search engine; in the world

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — laWow — the first trial search engine specially designed for the public, announces the addition of LGBTQ lawsuits to its search engine. Now anyone can access lawsuits involving LGBTQ causes at any time.

A search on for “LGBTQ” returns results that include the following cases:

  • DN vs. Ron DeSantis
  • Musgrove vs. Georgia University System
  • Jane Doe vs. Kettle Moraine School District
  • BJP vs. West Virginia Board of Education
  • Pamela Ricard vs. Geary County Schools
  • Jane Doe c. Harrisonburg City School Board

The platform is a source of information for journalists, researchers, employees, stock investors and anyone else looking for an untainted source of information without commentary or opinion and only facts. laWow’s is a public service designed for transparency.

“This public service is long overdue… an unbiased source of information and news based solely on facts is more essential than ever,” he added. said Jonathan Wallentine of is an unaltered source of public information, no comments, no opinions, just public documents made searchable.

Contact information:
Barkley Andersen
[email protected]

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