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The Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus has announced that its ranks have grown to 102 for the 115th Congress, which serves through January 2019. The caucus,...
Mayor Muriel Bowser is scheduled to meet with President-elect Donald Trump in New York on Tuesday morning. As part of the meeting, which is closed...
Does the future of LGBT rights now hang in the balance?
In one of the few pieces of good election news for Democrats, anti-gay U.S. Rep. Scott Garrett (R-N.J.) has lost his bid for re-election after refusing to...
Michelle Bachelet tells the UN she intends to send the Congress a marriage equality bill early next year
Mark Assini opposed gay marriage and called transgender people "mentally disturbed" in his blog posts
The First Amendment Defense Act would prevent the government from protecting LGBT people from discrimination
Senate candidate Misty Snow and House candidate Misty Plowright are running as progressives in conservative territory
Rep. Maloney's pro-LGBT amendment passed, but the bill was scuttled by Democrats and Republicans
"I am so grateful for your help and support over these past few months."
A pair of congressional Republicans up for re-election in blue-state Illinois have signed on as co-sponsors to the Equality Act, becoming the first members of...
Sims is seeking a seat in the U.S. House of Representitives
As Paul Ryan assumes role as Speaker of the House, LGBT organizations assume a wait-and-see approach
It’s official: Pennsylvania State Rep. Brian Sims is setting his sights on Washington. Sims, an attorney and civil rights advocate who represents Philadelphia’s Center City...
Pennsylvania State Rep. Brian Sims is weighing the possibility of heading to Washington. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Sims, Pennsylvania’s only openly gay lawmaker, is...