The U.S. Supreme Court will rule on the measure allowing discrimination against LGBT people in Mississippi. The Governor of the state has filed his arguments in favor of the law. This one is the worst "religious freedom" legislation.
California has become the first state to approve LGBT-inclusive history textbooks in primary schools.
A Louisiana court has ruled unconstitutional protections for LGBT employees in state-owned companies. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards has failed in his attempt to protect LGBT people.
Arizona House Speaker J.D. Mesnard has issued a new sexual harassment and discrimination policy in the legislature. This measure applies only to legislators and their employees, but this doesn't include LGBT people. The LGBT caucus will try to push to change that.
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.
Danica Roem could become Virginia's first transgender lawmaker. After the elections that will take place on November 7, we will know if Danica has made a little more history.
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has released its annual report on municipalities and their laws, policies, and services for LGBT people. This sixth edition of the Municipal Equality Index focused on 506 US cities in all states with 44 different criteria. The results you will discover are comforting. Historical progress has taken place.
Teachers and students in Utah will finally be able to address LGBT issues at school.
The ACLU of Michigan filed a lawsuit against the state and its "religious freedom" law.
San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy urges the Catholic Church to purge its “long-standing bigotry” against the LGBT community.