A legislation ensuring that in many cases COBRA benefits would be available for LGBT Americans if their partner quits or loses its job has been introduced in the House and in the Senate.
How are finances of the LGBT movement in the United-States doing? A report shows that the collected funds are falling but they are optimaly used compared to anti-gay groups.
No legal protections will be possible for LGBT community of West Virginia.
A survey in Kentucky shows that more and more people support the LGBTQ community.
In Colorado, Jared Polis decided to launch Fearless Campaign. Its purpose will be to bring the members of the congress together around subjects like gay rights.
President Obama evoked, during his State of the Union adress, gays in the military.
Yesterday, the new law concerning the partners visits in hospitals went into effect in United-States.
HRC releases an index evaluating 137 cities of United States (the 50 state capitals, the 50 most populous cities in the country, and the 25 large, 25 mid-size, and 25 small municipalities with the highest proportion of same-sex couples) and their policies for LGBTQ people.
The Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index 2012 came out this week, ranking hundreds of major US companies based on a set of criteria. These criteria include an assessment of companies’ non-discrimination policies, the offering of equal partner benefits, availability of LGBT resources for employees, the provision of transgender healthcare, a public commitment to LGBT causes, and a lack of support for anti-LGBT initiatives. The scoring falls under each of these categories, amounting to a highest possible score of 100.