Trump Order Effectively Guts Obama-Era LGBT Protections

Trump on Monday signed an order that effectively guts a 2014 executive order signed by then-President Obama barring federal contractors from discriminating against LGBT workers

Olmsted Falls Becomes 18th Ohio City To Approve LGBT Protections

Olmsted Falls, a suburb of Cleveland, on Tuesday became the 18th Ohio city to approve an ordinance that prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity

LGBT Activists Oppose HB2 Repeal Bill

Lawmakers in North Carolina could vote as early as Thursday on a compromise bill that repeals House Bill 2

North Carolina Republicans' Proposed HB2 Repeal Bill Fizzles

A proposed deal to repeal North Carolina's House Bill 2 disappeared within minutes after it was announced on Tuesday by Republican leaders

Lawsuit Claims Port Authority Bathroom Arrests Target Gay Men

A lawsuit filed Monday by Winston & Strawn and the Legal Aid Society claims that Port Authority of New York and New Jersey police are targeting gay men during bathroom raids

Akron Approves LGBT Protections

Akron City Council on Monday approved an LGBT protections ordinance, making it the 17th city in Ohio to do so

Columbus Bans 'Ex-Gay' Therapy To Minors

Columbus City Council on Monday approved legislation that prohibits therapies that attempt to alter the sexual orientation or gender identity of LGBT youth

Iowa Republican Rep. Ralph Watts: 'Anything You Say About A Gay Is A Gay Slur'

Iowa state Representative Ralph Watt is once again coming under fire for comments he made about gay men

Tampa Pride Remembers Victims Of Pulse Shooting

Tampa's third annual LGBT Pride event included a street festival, a parade and a tribute to the victims of last year's Pulse shooting in Orlando

NCAA Warns North Carolina To Repeal Anti-LGBT Law Or Risk Losing Championships

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has given North Carolina a deadline to repeal House Bill 2

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