Kansas Governor Sam Brownback would like to establish a new religious protection law to block LGBT rights.
A few weeks ago, “Rainbow Action”, a LGBT group of Seoul organized a rally in front of city hall to oppose the sudden refusal of the mayor to set up an anti-discrimination law as promised. After 6 days of sit-in, the activists returned home, having received part of their claim.
The mayor of Seoul, South Korea had indicated that he would pass a charter for protection against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity but that was before he gives in to pressure from conservative and religious groups.
Catalonia could pass a nondiscrimination against LGBT people legislation.
Really, this is going better and better in the Philippines where an order prohibiting anti-gay discrimination was adopted in Quezon City.
After months of waiting, we know the results of the vote of the electors in Chattanooga against a non-discrimination order and this is not good news.
The governor of North Carolina, Pat McCrory, issued a non-discrimination executive order in hiring. This is great! Except that, in this order, there is no question of the protection of individuals against discrimination based on sexual orientation.
A petition to repeal the legal protection of LGBT people failed to gather the number of signatures necessary to obtain a referendum in Omaha.
In Wyoming, three bills were introduced with, first of all, a bill to legalize marriage equality in the state, then a bill to recognize domestic partnerships and finally, the third bill prevented any discrimination.
We do not know yet the results for the bill aiming at prohibiting discriminations sudden by the LGBT community but unfortunately, the marriage equality and domestic partnerships bills were both rejected.