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?
A bill to allow religious organizations to refuse adoptions or foster care services by gay and lesbian couples was not voted by the Illinois senate.
Opponents to the gay marriage in New York still fight against it, they have filed a complaint against the legality of the process.
The Senate of Hawaii voted in favor of civil unions by a vote of 18-5.
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!
A bill was voted by the Senate of Connecticut in order to provide a gender identity protection to transgenders of the state.
A bill allowing civil unions in Colorado advances since it passed a second committee.
A new Republican senator has decided to support gay marriage in Washington. Senator Cheryl Pflug joins Senator Steve Litzow.
Soon, we will know if the law allowing gay marriage in New Hampshire will be or not repealed. Don't worry too much, it could be a happy ending.