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A Nashville-area venue refused to host the wedding of a gay couple, citing the owner's "religious beliefs" opposing same-sex marriage.
Charlotte's City Council has unanimously approved an LGBTQ-inclusive ordinance, becoming the 10th locality in the state to do so.
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against a website designer seeking to refuse to provide custom wedding websites for same-sex couples.
Pro-LGBTQ laws are the first passed since a 2017 moratorium imposed as part of repealing the HB 2 "bathroom bill"
But another photographer and a church have filed two new lawsuits seeking to overturn or gut the law
The Kentucky Supreme Court has dismissed a case involving a print shop owner who was accused of violating the city’s Fairness Ordinance after he refused...
Website designer claims Colorado's LGBTQ nondiscrimination law violates her First Amendment rights
Manager falsely claimed that South Carolina law requires trans people to use restrooms matching their biological sex at birth
Candidates respond to remarks, since amended, by Beto O'Rourke calling for no tax breaks for opponents of same-sex marriage
Oregon Court of Appeals to reconsider case and whether its earlier decision was influenced by anti-religious bias
Reaffirmed ruling finds no evidence of anti-religious bias in decision against Arlene's Flowers owner Barronelle Stutzman
Lawmakers in Arizona have introduced a comprehensive bill that would protect LGBTQ state residents from various forms of discrimination. Senate Bill 1249 would update the...
Amid attempts by Trump to crackdown on transgender rights, Massachusetts voters delivered an overwhelming rebuttal on Tuesday night. More than two-thirds of voters in the...
The president of Massachusetts’ public university system has said it will keep in place its policy allowing transgender students, faculty, and staff to use facilities...
Melissa and Aaron Klein ask high court to overturn a 28-year-old precedent to give more leeway to religious objectors