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Pro-LGBTQ laws are the first passed since a 2017 moratorium imposed as part of repealing the HB 2 "bathroom bill"
Court finds that business owners' "custom" invitations and artwork are a form of protected speech
Ordinance updates existing ordinance to strengthen the powers of the city's Human Rights Commission
A federal judge in North Carolina has approved a legal settlement that will enable transgender individuals to use the restroom that matches their gender identity...
Owners of Brush and Nib Studio say Phoenix's nondiscrimination ordinance violates their First Amendment rights
Business owners claim the pro-LGBTQ law violates their freedom of religion
City of Austin will "vigorously defend" an ordinance that protects LGBTQ people from discrimination in employment
On Tuesday, the Cuyahoga County Council passed an ordinance that protects the LGBTQ community from discrimination and creates a local human rights commission that will...
Ordinance, backed by mayor, prohibits discrimination in housing, public accommodations, and employment
The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled that a calligrapher that wanted to preemptively turn away same-sex couples did not have a First Amendment right that...
An estimated 225 cities or counties across the nation have LGBTQ nondiscrimination protections in place
LGBTQ activists call on other cities in Alabama to follow the lead of Montevallo, Ala., and pass similar ordinances
On Tuesday, after nearly a decade of planning and a public hearing, the Birmingham City Council passed a nondiscrimination ordinance that prohibits discrimination based on...