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If Gloucester County appeals, as expected, transgender people's ability to access facilities could rely on a Supreme Court decision
Trump expressed hope that if he wins re-election, he could appoint up to 4 justices to the bench over the next four years
Government had sought to repeal part of the Affordable Care Act defining gender identity discrimination as sex discrimination
The ACLU's Chase Strangio on the new documentary "The Fight"
Letter argues that the ban is unlawful, based on Supreme Court's ruling in a recent workplace discrimination case
Court's continued erosion of reproductive rights could enable employers to deny insurance coverage to LGBTQ employees
Court's embrace of expanded "ministerial exception" could have negative ramifications for LGBTQ teachers in religious schools
Circuit court's decision will now grant Mark Horton his day in court to argue he was unlawfully discriminated against
Jenna Ellis's remarks reaffirm Trump's campaign promises to social conservatives to appoint right-wing judges that will reshape society
In interview with Christian Broadcasting Network, Trump says court is "supposed to be in our favor"
Government argues that Philadelphia's decision to cut ties with Catholic Social Services was religious discrimination
Lower court found that denying Adree Edmo surgery violated her Eighth Amendment rights
Stephens' case could determine whether the Civil Rights Act protects against anti-trans discrimination
Adree Edmo argues that Idaho's refusal to provide her with surgery violates her constitutional rights
Court will decide whether child placement agencies that discriminate based on religion are entitled to taxpayer funds