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Executive orders seek to reverse some of the Trump administration's more controversial policy decisions
Court becomes the second in the South to refuse to dismiss a trans employee's health care discrimination lawsuit
Former employee also claims he was subjected to sexual harassment on the job due to his sexual orientation
Jacob Brashier says he was repeatedly called "faggot" on the job and had a soiled rag thrown in his face
Lawmakers urge the president to ensure that federal agencies are complying with a recent Supreme Court ruling
Letter argues that the ban is unlawful, based on Supreme Court's ruling in a recent workplace discrimination case
Five arguments the high court's dissenting conservatives made that may have gone unnoticed
HHS's revised rule on sex-based discrimination also flies in the face of the Supreme Court's views on sex discrimination
High court finds Title VII's prohibitions on sex-based employment discrimination apply to LGBTQ people
Stephens' case could determine whether the Civil Rights Act protects against anti-trans discrimination
Rachel Mosby claims she was let go after a decade on the job, but only after she decided to transition at work
Lawyers for an Alaska transgender state employee will appear in court on Wednesday to argue that a provision in the state’s employee health insurance plan...
The Trump administration wants to legalize discrimination, but 60% of Americans oppose it
On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a pair of cases that could have historic implications for the civil rights of the LGBTQ...
A transgender Georgia sheriff’s deputy for Houston County has filed a lawsuit against the county for an insurance exclusion that denies coverage for transgender-related health...