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Bay Area Reporter :: 2020: A year like no other

In 2020, the nation faced two existential threats: an out-of-control coronavirus pandemic that killed more than 300,000 people in the United States in less than 12 months, and an erratic, self-obsessed Republican president whose administration withheld support from states with Democratic governors and held campaign rallies where hundreds of people gathered closely together without wearing masks.
The threats blended as President Donald Trump allowed the pandemic to spread and openly denied the results of the November election that he lost by seven million popular votes and 74 Electoral College votes. And while both of these threats dominated the news throughout 2020, there were some LGBTQ-specific events that stood out for the history books. Here are our candidates for 2020's Top 10 LGBTQ news stories.

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