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Final vote is 224-to-206, with Republicans largely in opposition of protecting LGBTQ people against discrimination nationwide.
New rule expands which types of contractors may be eligible to discriminate based on religion
Poll drops just as Supreme Court is about to hear oral arguments in case involving religiously-based refusals
Gov. Greg Abbott had requested religious exemptions for social workers with beliefs opposing homosexuality
Following Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, LGBTQ advocates are looking down the road at the possibility that a 6-3 conservative majority...
Supreme Court Justices' recent comments are "deeply troubling" for the fate of LGBTQ rights, says Obergefell
But another photographer and a church have filed two new lawsuits seeking to overturn or gut the law
The 48-year old appeals judge is on record criticizing courts for ruling in favor of marriage equality and transgender rights
HHS waiver is part of a "pattern of discrimination" on the part of the Trump administration aimed at limiting the rights and freedoms of LGBTQ...
The president's rhetoric doesn't align with what he's done in office
Most Tennesseans say the government should prioritize other issues, but also support passing pro-LGBTQ laws
Dennis Guth's religious exemption bills strike at the heart of Iowa's laws banning anti-LGBTQ discrimination
Congressional Republicans have introduced a bill aimed at reaching a compromise between prohibiting discrimination against LGBTQ people and respecting the sincerely held religious beliefs of...
Judge rules overly-broad religious exemptions disrupt "uninterrupted effective flow of health care to Americans"
Alphonso David says recent executive actions are trying to "erase" LGBTQ people and attack "the core of our identity"