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The Supreme Court rejected an attempt by Texas to sue California for imposing a ban on state-funded travel to states with anti-LGBTQ laws.
The NCAA Board of Governors has reaffirmed its commitment that championship host sites should not have laws targeting trans or LGB athletes.
Memo signals Biden administration's commitment to defending LGBTQI+ people from persecution and human rights abuses
Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell says U.S. has an obligation to stand up for "basic human rights"
Mayor of Tuchow, Poland, implies that the decision to sever ties was politically motivated
Ken Paxton says the travel ban is a form of "economic sanctions" against Texas, and should be overturned
Country's attorney general claims unanimous court decision was wrongly decided
Stating it's "for their protection," Kfar Saba's police department won't help finance the walls
Equality advocates fear Family Research Council president will use platform to push an anti-LGBTQ agenda abroad
The American Bar Association has previously urged states to pass similar laws