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Ken Paxton says the travel ban is a form of "economic sanctions" against Texas, and should be overturned
Appeals court rejected Vanessa Lynn Gibson's contention that denying her surgery violates her Eighth Amendment rights
Jurors had fretted that sentencing Charles Rhines to life in prison would be "sending him where he wants to go"
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...
LGBTQ people will still be protected from sexual orientation change efforts under a narrower statewide ban
4th Circuit Court of Appeals will have to decide whether Title IX prohibits anti-transgender discrimination
Government argues that Title VII does not, as written, protect LGB employees from workplace discrimination
Corporations argue that uniform laws prohibiting anti-LGBTQ discrimination are beneficial to their success
The U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled a pair of cases involving LGBTQ workers who were allegedly fired after their employers discovered they were gay or...
Lawyers outline arguments for why the high court should recognize LGBTQ workplace protections in federal law
Oregon Court of Appeals to reconsider case and whether its earlier decision was influenced by anti-religious bias
Supreme Court refuses to hear lawsuit brought by students who object to sharing facilities with trans students
Court to decide whether the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act protects LGBTQ people from employment discrimination
Death sentence remains in place despite allegations jurors chose death penalty instead of life in prison
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...