The Arizona State Legislature has become the first in the nation to pass a bill that essentially would allow businesses to discriminate against LGBT people, but the measure has been vetoed by Gov. Jan Brewer.
President Obama has a new nominee who would be the first openly gay Black male federal judge, but members of the Congressional Black Caucus say he still isn’t doing enough to increase the diversity of federal courts.
A single Senator manages to force President Obama to withdraw William Thomas’ nomination, postponing his hopes of becoming the first gay Black federal judge. Who holds this power and what were his reasons?
Does the LGBT population only live in certain regions of our country? One columnist took a look at various parts of the country, including which state has the most common search for “Is my husband gay?” (The answer might surprise you.)