Two courts in two days have reaffirmed that religious beliefs can’t justify LGBT discrimination. In just the past 24 hours, two courts reaffirmed that religious beliefs can’t justify discrimination against lesbians and gay men. In the...Show More Summary
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HRC released a statement after media reports that Chris Christie “laughed on Thursday about his recent veto of legislation that would have streamlined the process in his state for transgender people to change the gender marker on their birth certificates.”
Governor Alejandro García Padilla signed two pro-LGBT executive orders in Puerto Rico on Monday.
HRC is calling on Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood to refuse to defend the discriminatory law by reminding him that no other state in the country currently enforces a ban that expressly bars same-sex couples from adopting.
HRC’s Welcoming Schools has compiled a list of tips to help start the school year. It’s easy to create a classroom where students aren’t limited based on gender stereotypes and where all students can reach their full potential.
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Lessons from an ACLU lawyer fighting North Carolina’s attacks on voting. This piece was originally posted on ACSblog. Just days before the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, we completed a three-week trial challenging North Carolina’s sweeping anti-voter law. In 2013, soon after the U.S. Show More Summary
The U.S. government is using Minority-Report-like methods to ground flyers who have never been charged with a crime. This piece originally appeared at Slate. In the movie Minority Report, Hollywood depicts a future Washington, D.C.,Show More Summary
Out of context, all concepts and issues find themselves under the mercy of the dimwitted and exploiters.
An anti-LGBT group is holding a rally against LGBT equality tonight in Houston.
Russia has sanctions in place against the United States and the European Union. But that’s supposed to hurt the EU nations and the U.S. Not Russia. But, unfortunately for the Kremlin, it’s not only hurting Russia’s poor – but – worse yet – the word has gotten out and the people know about it. Show More Summary
If the government can't put together a case against a person detained for 13 years, that person no longer belongs in prison. A bad idea doesn’t somehow become a good idea just because five years have gone by. But the Obama White House and Sen. Show More Summary
The state banned photos of how someone voted. A federal court ruled the law unconstitutional. Andrew Langlois lives in Berlin, a small city in northern New Hampshire with a population of 10,000. During the September 2014 primary election, Andrew, who was frustrated with the Republican candidates for U.S. Show More Summary
Shameful position by governor harms families and children who need permanent, loving homes
The Supreme Court of Mexico ruled on Tuesday that a 2013 law passed in the state of Campeche that forbids same-sex couples in civil unions from adopting is unconstitutional.
While Mississippi issues marriage licenses to same-sex couples, it still bans same-sex couples from adopting.
Transgender women of color are facing an epidemic of violence. Just days after we learned of the killing of Amber Monroe in Detroit, another transgender woman of color was shot yesterday in the same city.
The historic civil rights law has helped ensure that minority voters across the country are able to participate equally in the electoral process by prohibiting discriminatory voting practices and removing barriers to voting.