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Under a new rule change, social workers in Texas will now be allowed to turn away LGBTQ clients based on their personal religious beliefs.
Alex Duron admits he signed Union University's "values" statement, but says the university never asked about his sexual orientation
Dianne Hensley seeks a religious exemption for justices of the peace who do not want to perform same-sex marriages
Court calls rule allowing health care workers to deny certain types of care "a classic solution in search of a problem"
A gay Jacksonville couple who was refused service by a photographer who cited his religious beliefs as justification for not shooting their wedding photos has...
Lawsuit argues that the exemption violates federal law and threatens patients' ability to access health care
Bill would prohibit religiously-motivated discrimination against prospective parents, including same-sex couples
Exemption allows health care workers to refuse to provide care to LGBTQ people and others based on religious beliefs
To coincide with the National Day of Prayer, President Trump announced the issuance of a finalized rule from the Department of Health and Human Services...
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from the owner of a Hawaii bed and breakfast who refused to rent a room a lesbian...
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) has signed an executive order prohibiting discrimination against LGBTQ people in state employment, public services, and state contracting. The order,...
Business owners claim the pro-LGBTQ law violates their freedom of religion
Waiver would allow agencies to discriminate against prospective foster parents based on a number of characteristics
State's largest LGBTQ organization believes law is unconstitutional, and will be introducing a repeal bill in January
Gov. Henry McMaster has asked for waiver allowing foster care agencies to refuse to place children with non-Christian or LGBTQ couples