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Department of Labor guidance instructs insurers to remove all costs associated with PrEP, including lab tests and clinic visits
The U.S. Senate has confirmed two LGBTQ women, Shawn Skelly and Gina Ortiz Jones, to top military posts within the Biden administration.
Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman said the U.S. "is committed to fighting for LGBTQI+ rights at home and abroad"
President Joe Biden touted his administration's pro-LGBTQ actions and called on Congress to pass the Equality Act at a Pride Month reception.
On Friday, ahead of remarks at the White House for Pride Month, President Joe Biden announced he will appoint Jessica Stern, the executive director of...
The Department of Justice has weighed in on two lawsuits challenging anti-transgender laws, saying it believes the laws are unconstitutional.
Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin refused to make an exception to the flag ban for Pride Month, with the Pentagon citing "challenges"
Most Americans support allowing transgender people to serve in the military, but say they should compete in sports based on biological sex.
The Biden administration will adopt precautions to ensure health care providers and hospitals are not denying care to LGBTQ patients.
"Thrice-married confessed adulterer" Newt Gingrich wasn't happy about the Biden administration reversing a Trump-era ban on Pride flags
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has withdrawn Trump-era changes to rules governing transgender access to shelters.
The Pentagon has issued new guidance allowing transgender military members to serve openly and obtain gender-affirming health care.
CFPB guidance is the latest action by the Biden administration to combat forms of anti-LGBTQ discrimination.
Focusing his efforts on inclusion, Greer will serve as the White House's point-person on LGBTQ issues.
ACLU has reportedly been discussing updating federal policy with the administration