Companies argue anti-LGBTQ policies will harm ability to retain quality employees and do business in certain areas
Lower court found that allowing Drew Adams to use boys' restroom "poses no threat to privacy or safety" of other students
Most recent ruling marks third victory in three years for U.S. Navy veteran Dana Zzyym
While he was on the operating table mid-surgery, Dashir Moore's health insurance refused to cover his surgical expenses
Nancy Fivecoate says she has a right to refuse to file taxes for married gay couples due to her Christian beliefs
The Gloucester County School Board will debate changing its policy on transgender restroom use on Feb. 19
Judge issues injunction to prevent discharges of HIV-positive individuals while case is argued in court
Iowa's Department of Corrections found to have discriminated against prison nurse Jesse Vroegh in two different ways
Skyler Jay argues that exclusions for transition-related care should be removed from employer health plans
Crystal Aiello's lawsuit alleges she was fired because another server felt "uncomfortable" around transgender women
Bills head to a hostile Rules Committee, even as polls show widespread support for LGBTQ protections
A transgender woman is suing the New York Police Department for discrimination after officers mocked and humiliated her by slapping her with a “false personation”...
Miracle Hill Ministries' argues their religious beliefs should permit them to discriminate against prospective parents
All three cases raise question of whether LGBTQ people are protected by the Civil Rights Act
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) has signed an executive order prohibiting discrimination against LGBTQ people in state employment, public services, and state contracting. The order,...