Out Pol Heather Mizeur Loses Maryland Democratic Gubernatorial Primary
June 25 2014 1:56 PM ET

Out Pol Heather Mizeur Loses Maryland Gubernatorial Primary

Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez

Out Maryland gubernatorial candidate Heather Mizeur lost the candidacy to Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.

Trans Woman Found Murdered in Baltimore
June 04 2014 4:37 PM ET

Trans Woman Found Murdered in Baltimore

Parker Marie Molloy

Earlier this week, a transgender Baltimore resident was found dead in a field, just days after local advocates celebrated the state's new antidiscrimination law.

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.

WATCH: Fox Station Sends Transphobic Reporter to Slander Md. Trans Law
May 30 2014 4:27 PM ET

WATCH: Fox Sends Transphobic Reporter to Slander Md. Trans Law

Parker Marie Molloy

A former opinion editor at the right-wing Washington Times, Emily Miller, conducted an investigative report for a Fox affiliate where she spread unchallenged falsehoods about transgender people in a 'report' on Maryland's new nondiscrimination law.

Md. Gov. Signs Trans Nondiscrimination Bill Into Law
May 15 2014 1:22 PM ET

Md. Gov. Signs Trans Nondiscrimination Bill Into Law

Parker Marie Molloy

With the stroke of a pen, Maryland becomes the 18th state to provide protections for transgender individuals statewide.

WATCH: Ronan Farrow Hits Back Against Transphobic Repeal Effort
May 02 2014 4:52 PM ET

Ronan Farrow Strikes at Transphobic Repeal Effort

Parker Marie Molloy

Ronan Farrow, one of the newest additions to MSNBC's daytime lineup, devoted a segment of today's program to discuss the many falsehoods used by opponents of transgender-inclusive laws.

Conservative Organization Launches Bid to Repeal Md. Trans Nondiscrimination Law
April 29 2014 4:34 PM ET

Bid to Repeal Trans Nondiscrimination Law Underway in Md.

Parker Marie Molloy

A conservative organization has announced its intent to challenge the state's recently-passed trans nondiscrimination bill despite the support of 71 percent of residents.

Md. Trans Nondiscrimination Bill Passes House Committee
March 27 2014 3:10 PM ET March 27 2014 3:58 PM ET

BREAKING: Md. Trans Nondiscrimination Act Headed to Gov.

Parker Marie Molloy

The bill, which would outlaw discrimination on the basis of gender identity in housing, education, and public accommodation, now goes to the governor, who has promised to sign it into law.

Transphobic Md. Lawmaker Fears 'Men in Dresses' Will Take Advantage of Nondiscrimination Bill
March 21 2014 6:39 PM ET

Transphobic Md. Lawmaker Fears 'Men in Dresses' Will Result from Nondiscrimination Bill

Parker Marie Molloy

In an effort to defeat a popular employment, housing, and public accommodation nondiscrimination bill, opponents are resorting to frequently used, frequently debunked "bathroom panic" tactics.

Maryland Senate Passes Trans Nondiscrimination Bill
March 04 2014 5:35 PM ET

Maryland Senate Passes Trans Nondiscrimination Bill

Parker Marie Molloy

The Maryland Senate passed a bill that would make the state the 18th in the nation to ban discrimination on the basis of gender identity.

Maryland State Senate Race Pits Trans Woman Against Gay Man
January 30 2014 4:35 PM ET

Maryland Senate Race Pits Trans Woman Against Gay Man

Parker Marie Molloy

Dana Beyer looks to become the first transgender individual elected to the Maryland's General Assembly, challenging a gay incumbent with a strong track record on LGBT issues.

Transgender Rights Bill Introduced in Maryland
January 14 2014 5:04 PM ET

Trans Rights Bill Introduced in Maryland

Parker Marie Molloy

A newly introduced piece of legislation aims to make Maryland the 18th state to outlaw discrimination against transgender people.

Ohio Marriage Equality Advocate Dies
October 22 2013 7:16 PM ET

Hero for Marriage Equality in Ohio Dies

Jase Peeples

John Arthur, the terminally ill man who sued and won the right to have his marriage to his longtime partner recognized in his home state, has died.

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