We had ended 2018 wondering if Denver would become the first Colorado city to ban “conversion therapies” for LGBTQ youth and the answer is YES!
Denver could soon become Colorado’s first jurisdiction to ban “conversion therapies”.
State Senator Jose Javier Rodriguez has just introduced a bill that would ban “conversion therapies” for people under 18 in Florida.
Utah and Minnesota join the national effort launched by a dozen states and the District of Columbia to ban “conversion therapies” for minors.
Eau Claire became the third city in Wisconsin to pass a law banning conversion therapies, after Milwaukee and Madison.
California is about to go one step further to completely ban "conversion therapy".
Huge frustration in Massachusetts where the attempt to ban "conversion therapies" failed in the final hours of the 2018 legislative session.
Maine Governor Paul Lepage vetoed legislation that banned "conversion therapies" for LGBT youth.
Delaware became the 15th state to ban "conversion therapies" to LGBTQ minors after Governor John Carney's signing.
Madison becomes the second largest city in Wisconsin to ban "conversion therapies".