Two days ago were the elections in the United States. I preferred to wait one more day for maximum results but there are still some results we don't have.
We know that Republicans have regained control of the Senate and the House as often happens in mid-term President of the United States but what does that means for LGBTQ people?
That is not usual but a governor calls the legislators to send him the bill legalizing marriage for same-sex couples so that he affixes his signature to it.
A few hours ago, the House of Minnesota passed the law legalizing marriage equality!
Will Minnesota become the next state to legalize marriage equality?
We all want laws allowing marriage equality and not civil unions, don't we? 'Civil unions' sounds like backtracking but I think that each law which can bring more equality is always good and one should not forget that in most states, which today allow same-sex marriage, there wasinitially a law allowing civil unions so let's hope that will be the case in Colorado too. Anyway, that seems to go well, the bill to legalize civil unions passed a new stage and is very closed to the final vote in the House.
A legislation banning discrimination in housing and employment based on sexual orientation and gender identity was presented in Ohio.
In order to make the state of Utah more gay-friendly, Human Rights Campaign decided to organize a tour in 17 cities.
An insurance company think a lesbian couple burned their house, they were not even in the city.
Hawaii is still advancing more and more LGBT rights, the Hawaii House voted a project of law which would protect from discriminations during employment based on the gender identity.