What a victory! Sharice Davids became the Democratic candidate in the Third Congressional District in Kansas. She managed to win against Kevin Yoder, a Republican who served since 2011. Beforehand, she had defeated five Democratic candidates.
Delaware became the 15th state to ban "conversion therapies" to LGBTQ minors after Governor John Carney's signing.
Madison becomes the second largest city in Wisconsin to ban "conversion therapies".
U.S. Episcopal Church will allow LGBT couples to marry in its churches. The right of some bishops to refuse to perform these weddings will be preserved.
In Atlanta, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that federal laws on discrimination cannot give protection based on sexual orientation. It considers that Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act doesn't apply to LGBT people.
The Republican Party took new anti-LGBT positions during its convention in Texas.
The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles approved a woman's request for a lesbian license plate in honor of her wife.
Move.org, a resource for all things moving, revealed the ranking of the 50 US states from best to worst for LGBT families.
Jackson Hole City Council in Wyoming has unanimously passed a non-discrimination ordinance.
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania has approved the "conversion therapies" ban for LGBTQ youth. Bethlehem thus becomes the eighth jurisdiction of the state to prohibit this kind of "therapies".
In New Hampshire, Republican Governor Chris Sununu signed House Bill 1319 into law. Gender identity will be added to the state's non-discrimination law.