Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Mississippi blasted the state House of Representatives for advancing H.B. 1523. Sponsored by House Speaker Philip Gunn, this vile piece of legislation will allow individuals, religious organizations and private associations to use religion to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Mississippians, in some of the most important aspect of their lives, including at work, at schools, in their family life and more. The bill was passed by a vote of 80-39, and now heads to the Senate.
The extreme legislation attacking vulnerable children is dangerously close to becoming law and could lead to national outrage for the Mount Rushmore State.
The Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF) responded to news that voters have repealed the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO), which banned discrimination against Houstonians in housing, employment, public accommodations and city services.
HRC slams decision by Utah Governor to participate in the World Congress of Families’ gathering in Salt Lake City this October.
Majority of Republican Senators shamefully vote down the Student Non-Discrimination Act.
Sen. Marco Rubio has made headlines in recent days for saying he opposes a constitutional amendment that would allow states to re-ban marriage equality. But he’s made clear that rather than use a constitutional amendment, he’s willing to change the makeup of the court to overturn Obergefell v. Hodges.
Last Tuesday, the Human Rights Campaign, the America’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organisation denounced Kansas Governor Sam Brownback’s executive order encouraging blatant discrimination against LGBT Kansans in the name of religion.
lmost two-thirds of Republicans oppose the Supreme Court's backing of gay marriage, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, which gives hope for conservative presidential candidates who have come out strongly against marriage equality.
Zea faces down a fire and brimstone street preacher, at a festival in Columbus, the day after the SCOTUS marriage equality ruling.
The US business owner posted a scathing anti-gay rant on Facebook stressing that homosexuals were not allowed in his vehicle repair shop – but people carrying guns get a discount.
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