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John Oliver Advocates for a Federal Anti-Discrimination Law on ‘Last Week Tonight’ The Wall Street Journal  •  August 24, 2015 Before John Oliver and the “Last Week Tonight” team headed off on a two-week hiatus Sunday night (the HBO news-satire program returns with new episodes Sept. 13), they left us with some food for thought. In light of the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage earlier this summer, Oli
The Need for Full Federal LGBT Equality: Discrimination in the Workplace Human Rights Campaign  •  July 31, 2015 Currently, LGBT Americans are subject to great uncertainty and potential discrimination in the workplace. Only 19 states and D.C. explicitly prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace. Of the LGBT Americans who have experienced discrimination, 47 perce
NEW POLL: 59% of Voters Less Likely to Support Candidates Who Oppose Non-Discrimination Protections Human Rights Campaign  •  July 22, 2015 Today, HRC released the results of a new Democracy Corps survey from Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, demonstrating that 59 percent of likely 2016 voters are less likely to support a candidate who opposes non-discrimination protections for LGBT people. These results come just before a new federal
TALKING POINTS: Equality Act Freedom For All Americans/Human Rights Campaign  •  July 22, 2015 This content is only viewable by Equality Federation state and national partners. Please login to view this content. Login
Democrats Plan To Introduce Sweeping LGBT Rights Bill In Congress This Week BuzzFeed  •  July 20, 2015 Democrats in Congress plan to introduce broad legislation this week to protect LGBT people from discrimination — including in housing, workplaces, schools, and public accommodations. In effect, the Equality Act would extend the same raft of rights to LGBT Americans that are currently afforded to o
Millennials Overwhelmingly Support Comprehensive LGBT Nondiscrimination Protections Generation Progress  •  April 7, 2015 A new poll by Generation Progress, the youth engagement arm of the Center for American Progress, shows wide support among America’s Millennials—defined as individuals between ages 18 and 34—for federal, comprehensive LGBT nondiscrimination legislation. Such legislation would provide protection
Two-Thirds Of U.S. Voters Think LGBT Discrimination Should Be Illegal, Poll Finds Buzzfeed  •  March 18, 2015 Sixty-nine percent of American voters — including 51% of Republicans — want a federal law that prohibits discriminating against someone based on sexual orientation or gender identity, according to a new national poll released. Pollsters didn’t ask, however, about the topic dominating state leg
New HRC Poll Shows Overwhelming Support for Federal LGBT Non-Discrimination Bill HRC  •  March 17, 2015 Today, HRC released new polling data showing strong support for a federal non-discrimination law protecting LGBT people from discrimination in employment, housing, access to public places and other areas. “The simple and unfortunate reality is that for all the progress made in recent years, LGBT A
INFOGRAPHIC: Legally Married and Legally Fired Center for American Progress  •  March 11, 2015 We love infographics. Our friends at CAP have produced a great one. Despite marriage equality sweeping the country, we still need LGBT nondiscrimination protections.
Vice President Biden Repeats Support for LGBT Federal Nondiscrimination Protection Gay Star News  •  March 7, 2015 ‘We have to pass the federal non-discrimination legislation, and we need to pass it now,’ Biden said. According to the HRC, a bill will be presented to the Congress, later this spring, that ‘is expected to include protections in employment, housing, public accommodations, credit, e