The Louisiana governor claims the bill won't really allow discrimination against same-sex couples, but opponents say it will do just that.
The legislation is broader than measures caused outcry in other states, but Jindal says passing it is one of his priorities.
A week into his job for First Tower Loan, Tristan Broussard says he was told to sign a form saying he would dress and act like a 'female' at work.
On Meet the Press, Jindal also dodges a question about an even harsher measure proposed in his state, Louisiana.
Baton Rouge Police Chief Carl Dabadie issued a reminder to cops to stop arresting people under the state's defunct sodomy law.
As police have been investigating Penny Proud's murder, a national conversation about violence and journalistic standards concerning trans victims has been renewed.
Tuesday morning's murder of Penny Proud has trans advocates outraged about the year's particularly deadly start for trans women of color.
The Louisiana governor and possible 2016 GOP presidential hopeful says if the Supreme Court strikes down his state's marriage ban, he's all for amending the U.S. Constitution.
Initial reports from today's hearing at the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans suggest marriage equality supporters could be in for good news.