The city of Ketchum in Idaho has just voted in favour of an anti-discrimination law which will allow a better protection for our community.
In North Dakota, a law prohibiting discriminations based on sexual orientation was introduced to the legislators.
Vicco, KY has just approved a nondiscrimination law for LGBT people, passed 3-1, and became the smallest city of United States to approve this kind of protection.
Helena City in Montana unanimously approved an ordinance which prohibits any discrimination in housing, employment and many kinds of public accommodation based on sexual orientation.
In the county of St Louis in Missouri, the council passed an ordinance adding to the anti-discrimination and crime of hatred laws, the terms 'sexual orientation' and 'gender identity'.
President Obama wanted to share by Twitter what he has achieved for the LGBTQ community.
The vote which did not allow the adoption of the anti-discrimination law in Anchorage, Alaska is from now on under investigation, some votes were not counted because some voting machines didn't work.