The ACLU of Michigan filed a lawsuit against the state and its "religious freedom" law.
The Department of Health and Human Services has begun to write a new protection policy that could affect LGBT patients and women who have had an abortion.
A few days ago, the Senate approved the anti-trans bill in Texas. As you know, a similar bill existed in North Carolina, but the battle continues. A lawsuit is under way. A few days ago, two other complainants, ACLU and Lambda Legal, joined. They rightly assert that the law that replaced HB 2 is still discriminating against LGBT people.
In at least eight counties of Alabama, probate judges still refuse to issue marriage licenses by opposition to equal marriage.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Mississippi has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a gay couple against a law which allows companies to discriminate against LGBT people.
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals has delivered its verdict in the case of Gavin Grimm, a transgender student from Virginia, who had launched a challenge against Gloucester High School, which forbade him access to the school restrooms, he was restricted to using "alternative, private" facilities.
The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights has just declared a high school in Palatine, Illinois, is in the wrong against a transgender student after having denied access to the girls' locker room.
The other day we were talking about Jolie and Karen, who had encountered difficulties when trying to get their marriage license, fortunately it ended well because they finally got it, but it's still sad to have to file a complain to push people to do their job.
Hopefully this won't happen to you wishing to marry in Texas even if Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton officially said Sunday in a statement that the state workers could refuse to issue same-sex marriage licenses, based on their religious belief.
The news is not quite official, but it seems that the actress Natalie Portman is tipped to play the role of judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the film «On The Basis Of Sex» which will recount her life.
Angie and Kami Roe, a married lesbian couple, and the ACLU filed a complaint against the Utah vital records office.