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Paducah

 

Paducah became the first city in western Kentucky to enact a non-discrimination order against the LGBT community.

Judge W Mitchell Nance

 

Kentucky Family Court Judge W. Mitchell Nance was forced to resign from his position for discrimination against LGBT families. He thinks that LGBT parents aren't good for a child. A complaint filed led to his resignation after his refusals in cases of adoption.

Wednesday, 15 February 2017 00:16

Two anti-trans bills introduced in Arizona

arizona

 

 

Representative Anthony Kern introduced two bills (HB 2293 and HB 2294) against the rights of transgender people.

Wednesday, 11 January 2017 23:14

Kentucky And Virginia May Pass Anti-LGBTQ Laws

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Several anti-LGBTQ bills have been introduced in Kentucky and Virginia.

Saturday, 19 September 2015 17:16

Second Defeat For Anti-LGBT Rowan County Clerk

Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis

 

 

After serving her prison sentence, the LGBTphobe Clerk of Kentucky, Kim Davis, tried again to get permission to discriminate against same-sex couples. REQUEST DENIED!

Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis

 

Kim Davis, the clerk who refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses, and who brought this case to court, is now in jail.

The Rowan County Clerk was jailed after refusing to obey the law of the state.

Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis

 

 

In Kentucky, on Monday, Federal Judge David Bunning allowed the Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis to continue not to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

kentucky

 

 

A judge has repealed again the equal marriage ban in Kentucky but immediately put the case on hold, pending the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Supreme Court

 

 

15 states ask the Supreme Court to maintain the marriage equality ban to leave the matter in the hands of voters.

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The equal marriage is legalized in one state while a Court of Appeals refused to confirm the repeal of the marriage equality ban in 4 US states.

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