The United States Supreme Court decided on Monday to hear cases of discrimination at work that could ultimately determine whether LGBT people should be protected by federal law.
A wave of anti-LGBT hatred could be unleashed in Tennessee. 12 bills going against our LGBTQ community - six in the House and six in the Senate - were introduced during this new legislative session, even if some had died last year.
A few days after Fairbanks' city council voted on a measure to ban discrimination against the LGBTQ community, Mayor Jim Matherly said he was considering a veto.
Governor Tony Evers began his term by issuing an order to protect LGBTQ employees against discrimination.
In Wisconsin, Judge William Atkinson stated that De Pere’s ban on discrimination violates the religious freedom of churches.
Sixteen states ask the Supreme Court to rule that companies can fire workers because of their gender identity.
The county of Bexar, Texas will allow protections for LGBT employees and job seekers.
Senator Katie Hobbs, Representative Rebecca Rios, and Equality Arizona introduced two bills (SB1320 and HB2364) to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination in housing, employment, and public housing.
Expert Market has just published its annual report "Great place to be ... LGBT workers" on the recognition and treatment of European LGBTQ workers. So what are the countries where you can work well when you are an LGBTQ person?
Indiana's lawmakers had first introduced a religious protection bill regardless LGBT rights. It seems they changed their plan with a new bill, but is it really a good compromise?