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People point to Mississippi's anti-LGBTQ "religious freedom" statutes as opening the door to other types of discrimination
Ordinance, backed by mayor, prohibits discrimination in housing, public accommodations, and employment
Decision not to hear case means plaintiffs must restart case, finding victims injured by law since it took effect in October
A Mississippi law that allows government officials and businesses to refuse service to LGBTQ individuals will force two college baseball teams to miss at least...
The law allows religious individuals and businesses to discriminate against LGBTQ people
HB 1523 condones anti-LGBTQ discrimination based on three specific religious beliefs
The attorneys in a case challenging Mississippi’s “religious freedom law” have announced they will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court after the 5th U.S. Court...
Lawyers representing the plaintiffs who sued to stop a Mississippi “religious freedom” law from taking effect have asked the full 5th Circuit to rehear their...
The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in the case of Barber v. Bryant, a challenge to Mississippi’s so-called “religious freedom” law, HB...
Law would have granted people who subscribe to 3 specific religious beliefs carte blanche to discriminate against gays
A Mississippi law that purports to protect people’s exercise of religion by allowing them to refuse goods or services to LGBT people or others who...
The federal judge who previously stopped the state of Mississippi from enforcing a “religious freedom” law that critics say condones anti-LGBT discrimination has refused to...
Trio of ads airing in Texas, Mississippi, and North Carolina touts New York State's pro-LGBT reputation
Judge Carlton Reeves finds Mississippi's HB 1523 violates both the First and Fourteenth Amendments
Injunction blocks part of HB 1523 that would allow clerks to refuse to issue same-sex marriage licenses