Last week, a group of 6 North Carolinians sat down with Senator Kay Hagan at her Greensboro office to discuss the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). This meeting came on the heels of the legislature's decision to put an anti-marriage equality amendment on the 2012 ballot.
North Carolina Democrat Kay Hagan has a tough decision to make and any chance for re-election to the Senate may hang in the balance. Does she appear with Barack Obama " a critical audience she's trying to woo: Veterans," or pass and... Read Post
Big news: The Senate will vote on Monday on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which would bar discrimination in hiring and other job-related decisions based on sexual orientation for all but the smallest businesses. Can it secu... Read Post
In the fallout of the Hobby Lobby decision, seven major LGBT organizations withdrew their support for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. ENDA is not new to much-needed criticism, but the religious exemption established by the SC... Read Post