Labor Department Clarifies Stance on Trans Protections
July 01 2014 4:50 PM ET

Labor Dept. Finally Clarifies Trans Protections

Parker Marie Molloy

Secretary of Labor Tom Perez finally clarified that the department's transgender employees will receive nondiscrimination protections.

Former Conn. Police Officer Alleges Antitransgender Discrimination
July 01 2014 4:28 PM ET

Former Police Officer Alleges Antitrans Discrimination

Parker Marie Molloy

Two years after coming out as transgender, a police officer loses her job and alleges discrimination.

Senate Leaves LGBT New Yorkers Unprotected
June 23 2014 5:30 PM ET

Senate Leaves LGBT New Yorkers Unprotected

Parker Marie Molloy

The New York State Senate ended its session Friday without considering an inclusive nondiscrimination act or a ban on debunked efforts to turn gay people straight.

EEOC: Pa. Trans Woman Has a Case Against Former Employer
June 23 2014 2:04 PM ET

Pa. Trans Woman Has a Case Against Former Employer

Parker Marie Molloy

In what she hopes will bring an end to a seven-year legal struggle, one Pennsylvania trans woman looks to put a history of discrimination behind her.

Op-ed: No, Obama's Executive Order Is Not a (Total) Win
June 17 2014 3:46 PM ET

Op-ed: No, Obama's Executive Order Is Not a (Total) Win

Rebecca Juro

As we celebrate the president's announcement of a nondiscrimination order, let's be realistic too.

Sen. Hatch Calls for Broad Religious Exemptions in Exec Order
June 17 2014 2:59 PM ET

Senator Wants Big Exemption in Obama's Executive Order

Trudy Ring

Orrin Hatch says a presidential executive order banning anti-LGBT discrimination should let religiously affiliated employers opt out.

Bozeman, Mont., Gives Final OK to Nondiscrimination Law
June 05 2014 8:02 PM ET

Bozeman, Mont., Gives Final OK to Nondiscrimination Law

Trudy Ring

The City Commission approved the LGBT-inclusive measure unanimously.

Labor Department Stalls on Trans Discrimination Review
June 04 2014 1:56 PM ET

Labor Department Stalls on Trans Discrimination Review

Parker Marie Molloy

In February, Labor Secretary Tom Perez announced that the department would begin reviewing 2012's Macy v. Holder case, determining how best to integrate that decision into department policy.

Effort to Repeal Md. Trans Law Fails to Gather Sufficient Signatures, Dies
June 02 2014 9:07 AM ET

Md. Trans Law Repeal Effort Comes Up Short

Parker Marie Molloy

Maryland will become the 18th state with a transgender-inclusive antidiscrimination law on the books starting October 1, after efforts to repeal the bill through public referendum fell short.

Houston Passes LGBT-Inclusive Nondiscrimination Ordinance
May 29 2014 1:55 AM ET

Houston Votes to Ban Discrimination

Trudy Ring

After nine hours of testimony, the Houston City Council adopted the measure by a vote of 11-6.

ExxonMobil Nixes Antidiscrimination Policy, While New Report Documents Widespread Bias
May 28 2014 4:15 PM ET

Report: LGBT Employees Still Face Widespread Bias

Trudy Ring

Meanwhile, ExxonMobil's refusal to enact nondiscrimination protections demonstrates the need for a presidential order banning anti-LGBT discrimination by federal contractors, say the authors of a new report on workplace bias.

Topeka, Kan., Now Protects Gender Identity, Domestic Partnerships
May 28 2014 1:20 PM ET May 28 2014 5:55 PM ET

Topeka, Kan., Now Protects Gender Identity, Domestic Partnerships

Mitch Kellaway

The city council of Topeka, Kansas, passed an 'equality package' to extend employment nondiscrimination protections to transgender individuals and those in domestic partnerships.

Archival Docs Illustrate Feds' 'Obsessive Effort' to Purge Gay Employees
May 21 2014 4:16 PM ET

Archival Docs Illustrate Feds' 'Obsessive Effort' to Purge Gay Employees

Trudy Ring

While the federal government no longer discriminates against gay workers, it once went to great lengths to rid itself of them -- and a group is gathering historical materials related to that effort.

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