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A wedding photographer is seeking to overturn New York's LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination law, claiming it offends her religious beliefs.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey must decide whether to sign a bill requiring parental permission before broaching LGBTQ content in sex ed or history classes.
6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals restores professor's lawsuit over being compelled to refer to student using female pronouns
Parents couldn't state a specific way that Williamston Community Schools' policies violated their civil rights
Lawsuit claims Chuck Comer required all students wanting to play basketball to join his "Teens for Christ" program
Judge finds Nicholas Meriwether failed to show he was discriminated against or had his free speech rights violated
Chelsey Nelson claims LGBTQ nondiscrimination law could force her to violate her beliefs by photographing same-sex weddings
Teacher is accused of failing a trans student, lowering an atheist student's grade, and proselytizing to her class
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Florida-based anti-LGBTQ ministry against the Southern Poverty Law Center for designating it as a “hate...
DOJ argues that Archdiocese of Indianapolis was entitled to force a school to fire a gay teacher
Christopher Barnett also faces charges for a "hypothetical" blog post explaining how he'd carry out a mass shooting
Dive into an exploration of LGBTQ history at the Newseum, or just sleep surrounded by history at The Hamilton
Exemption allows health care workers to refuse to provide care to LGBTQ people and others based on religious beliefs
South Bend mayor says his quarrel is with how the vice president uses his beliefs to justify anti-gay discrimination
A prominent anti-LGBTQ religious group is seeking to overturn New Jersey’s ban on conversion therapy and other similar bans throughout the country. Earlier this month,...