Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce has announced Chamber members who contribute to building a more diverse and inclusive business community in the state.
A study shows that businesses with one or more LGBT people in senior management positions have better outcomes.
House speaker Joe Straus told the Texas Association of Business that a ban on access to public toilets for transgender people could be "bad for businesses."
Two days ago I mentioned that the State of Georgia in which a bill which allowed protection of religious leaders has been passed by the House and is now heading for the Senate, the bill called the "Pastors Protection Act" poses no problem since there is no discrimination, it simply allows pastors not to be forced to celebrate same-sex marriages if they don't want to do it.
But today we unfortunately learned that a powerful Senate committee has actually mixed another bill with this act, and this addition is clearly discriminatory against the LGBT community.
Republican Legislator Lynn Luker introduced a legislation that would allow discrimination against LGBT people.
Rabbis of the religious community Zionist have decided to marry gay-lesbian couples.
California approved a bill, by a vote of 21 against 15, which encourages companies to give equal benefits to the spouses of gay employees.
Important travel companies decided to stop funding an anti-gay group.
Rachel Maddow, anchor for MSNBC, would wish that all the gays and lesbians working in television come out.