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In the decade since Del. Delores McQuinn (D-Richmond) first took office, fair housing bills have been introduced each year in the Virginia General Assembly, only...
Tomorrow's election could reverse years of obstruction and discrimination
From candidates who support conversion therapy to those who use sexuality as an attack, these are the races that matter most -- and could ultimately...
As Election Day approaches, LGBTQ rights depend on whether Democrats gain control of Virginia's General Assembly
Following the example of Virginia's Danica Roem, Williams' campaign is more focused on issues than identity politics
HRC-backed Democrat wins by nearly 40 points over former Republican lawmaker
Six LGBTQ candidates won their primaries for seats in Maryland’s General Assembly on Tuesday, but others who sought higher office fell short. In the U.S....
The Virginia General Assembly has defeated a bevy of bills that deal with bias-motivated crimes, particularly those that target LGBTQ victims, even as the number...
Del. Debra Rodman's HB 1466 would require coverage of "medically necessary" treatments
Bulk of LGBTQ candidates are Democrats seeking local judicial offices
Roem focused on issues that mattered to her constituents, not personal attacks or social issues
Northam says his Republican opponent can't be trusted to stand up to extremists in his party
Lawmakers in the Illinois House and Senate are weighing two pro-LGBTQ measures, and have sent a third to the desk of Gov. Bruce Rauner to...
On Monday evening, the Charlotte City Council stood firm against calls for them to reverse course and rescind their city’s LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance, but that...
The political truism “Elections have consequences” has never been true more than in the Old Dominion this year, after Senate Democrats upheld a veto by Gov....