I know, I know, this is totally news to everyone here. In Connecticut, the Department of Children and Families has taken down LGBT information from their website designed to help foster parents and other care-givers handle LGBT youth. Part of the problem was the links they provided to LGBT-friendly churches.
The pressure came from one of the usual suspects:
A conservative political group, and a Christian legal group had threatened to sue over the web pages for the Safe Harbor Project.
American Center for Law and Justice lawyer Vincent McCarthy said his organization sent a letter to the department, "demanding that the state of Connecticut DCF discontinue its endorsement of an alternative religious point of view that endorses the homosexual lifestyle."[...]
Family Institute of Connecticut director Peter Wolfgang said "This was the state stepping in to reeducate our children.
"This is the next big fight, and we will step in to fight it wherever we can, but this was such an obvious open and shut case because it had to do with the state taking a position on religion in clear violation of the first amendment," Wolfgang said.
The article focuses on a page with links to churches being taken down, although I'm not sure how much went. I was able to find this guide to LGBT foster youth (pdf) in there, so it's not all gone.