A few days ago, the Kansas' Senate has killed a law which would have allowed companies to discriminate LGBT people based on their religion. Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee discussed on a possible religious exemption again before to postpone it.
A lesbian couple living in Pennsylvania launched a challenge against the law preventing the recognition of out-of-state married same-sex couples.
The son of a lesbian couple of Myrtle Beach in South Carolina found himself refused a social security to pay his medicines because his moms are lesbian.
After Utah, Oklahoma, Texas and the others, Oregon is added to the list of states in which challenges against marriage equality bans are launched. Indeed, last year, two lawsuits had been launched in Oregon but, contrary to Texas, the LGBT rights advocates hoped to see the two trials consolidated.
A few months ago, we followed the case of Chattanooga where the City Council had approved a measure allowing to the partners of LGBT city employees to obtain the same benefits as the other employees. After this approval, the opponents to this law gathered sufficient signatures to block it.