As lawmakers in Arkansas and Georgia consider religious refusal bills, major company announces plans to decrease investment in Indiana based on passage of law there.
A bill in Kansas that would require public colleges to provide public funding to student groups that practice discrimination has advanced to the House.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued an important ruling for pregnant workers in the case of Peggy Young, a UPS delivery driver who was forced on to unpaid leave after she became pregnant and was advised by her doctor not to lift more...Show More Summary
Harris announced that she was seeking judicial authorization to not issue a title and summary for the so-called "Sodomite Suppression Act."
HRC praised the passage of important legislation in Maryland yesterday - SB 743/HB 862 - removing roadblocks for transgender people.
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It was an emotional night at the Newseum on March 24, when HRC, GLIFAA and the Harvey Milk Foundation (HMF) brought together the six currently serving, openly LGBT U.S. ambassadors.
In another desperate attempt in their fight against marriage equality, the anti-LGBT American Family Association published an ad in yesterday’s Washington Post with a direct message to the Supreme Court of the United States.
The benefits legally married LGBT veterans receive should be the same no matter which state they live in.
Yesterday Georgia’s House Judiciary Subcommittee held a hearing on SB 129, an anti-LGBT bill that would empower people to use their religion to pick and choose which laws they want to follow.
Jacksonville is Florida's largest city that does not have a human rights ordinance (HRO) inclusive of sexual orientation and gender identity and HRC is working hard to change that.
As LGBT, minority, and business communities watch in horror, legislature advances second anti-competitive, anti-LGBT, anti-Arkansas bill this session.
The Bussey Law Firm PC & Anor v Page  EWHC 563 (QB) – read judgment The facts of this case are simple. A defamatory comment was posted on the claimant’s Google maps directional page, implying that he was a “loser” as a lawyer and that his firm lost “80%” of cases brought to them. […]
The “Love Has No Labels” campaign, which works to celebrate diversity, inclusion and acceptance, released a new video today.
As part of HRC Arkansas, Andrea Zekis is proud to not only to be a part of the transgender community, but to get to know and work with her peers to help push for trans equality in her home state.
HB 1228 would allow individuals to sue government actors—including teachers, firefighters and police officers—if that individual believed that their personal religious beliefs were being violated.
After a week on-the-ground mobilizing the LGBT vote and HRC members to vote in City Council elections, it's 7:00pm and the polls have just closed.
Today HRC condemned an amendment introduced in the Senate as a last ditch effort to undermine marriage equality.
An attempt by Russia to deny benefits to same-sex partners of United Nations (UN) staff has been pushed back in an overwhelming vote affirming the right of the UN to set its own internal policies.
The wave of anti-LGBT bills filed across the country continues to swell. As of today, lawmakers have introduced more than 85 anti-LGBT bills in 28 state legislatures.