A group of 76 U.S. businesses and two professional sports teams have petitioned the Supreme Court to rule whether federal law bans workplace discrimination based on sexual preference. Some of the country’s best-known brands filed a brief with t… Read
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A marriage ruling in Arkansas is coming this week. The Alaska Supreme Court ruled against discrimination when it comes to property taxes in a major ruling. North Carolina's gay marriage ban has been challenged by a religious group. ...
GOP Montana Attorney General Tim Fox has asked a federal court to uphold his state's ban on same-sex marriage because it does not discriminate against gay people. Fox, in documents filed in federal court in Great Falls, denied all t...
Attorneys for a Georgia lesbian fired for being gay criticized a court ruling as a 'decision from the Stone Age' and asked the full court to hear their claims that federal law bans sexual orientation discrimination.
An Atlanta woman harassed and then fired from her job for being a lesbian is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear her case that argues federal law bans discrimination based on sexual orientation.