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The ruling went against a court brief filed by the Trump administration in 2017 that said Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was not intended to provide protections to gay workers.
Jeff Landry, Louisiana's attorney general, announced he received clearance that allows for legal discrimination against LGBT workers in Louisiana.
After Republican leaders claimed to “stand in solidarity” with the LGBT community following the tragedy in Orlando, GOP leaders rejected a proposal to protect LGBT people from discrimination.
A Washington state florist violated anti-discrimination and consumer-protection laws when she refused to provide her services for a same-gender couple’s wedding.
In a first-of-its-kind ruling, a New Jersey Superior Court judge says that providers of conversion therapy who advertise that homosexuality can be cured are committing consumer fraud.
Emilia Maria Jesty was the first baby born in Tennessee to a certain distinction on her birth certificate. Find out what it is here.
Obama’s friend-of-the-court brief makes him the first president to urge the Supreme Court to expand same-gender marriage rights.
Shifting public attitudes pressure Republicans to reassess their platform on marriage equality.
Should the Boy Scouts lift its gay ban? President Obama reveals during a video interview why he believes gays and lesbians should have access.
Less than 1 percent of service women are Black, but 9 percent of all female Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell discharges were Black women.
California’s legislation is the first to protect LGBT youth from damaging mental-health treatments.
From marriage to children to death benefits, what do gay and lesbian couples need to know?
The federal court decision striking down parts of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is a major civil-rights victory for advocates supporting diversity and inclusion. With President Obama and more leaders of the Black community on board, marriage equality is gaining momentum rapidly.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s support of LGBT rights in every country opens the door for companies to be more openly inclusive. How is this likely to unfold, and what can your company do now?