Topic: Non-Discrimination Legislation
Post | July 25, 2018
A recent study shows that LGBT students reported higher levels of student debt and less faith in their ability to manage their debt. On top of this, many LGBT individuals lack the family support that their non-LGBT peers have and still face discrimination in the workforce.
Post | June 8, 2018
The Governor of New Hampshire, Chris Sununu (R), recently signed a transgender anti-discrimination bill as well as a bill banning so-called “conversion therapy” on minors. With the signing of these bills, New Hampshire joins the rest of New England in protecting transgender rights. Read the full article here.
Post | October 3, 2017
Log Cabin Republicans’ President, Gregory T. Angelo wrote an opinion piece for Independent Journal Review in which he expressed Log Cabin Republicans’ view that the housing market needs reform to better serve all Americans, particularly LGBT ones. “As Log Cabin Republicans works to pass the Fair & Equal Housing Act (a GOP-authored bill that would […]
Virginian-Pilot: Rep Taylor’s First Bill Would Outlaw Housing Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity
Post | May 9, 2017
Bill Bartel of The Virginian-Pilot reports on Rep. Scott Taylor’s (R-VA) newly introduced bill that would amend federal fair-housing laws to add two categories of individuals (based on sexual orientation and gender identity) to protections that already forbid housing discrimination based on sex, race, religion, national origin, disability or familial status. You can read the […]