Tammy Baldwin
Find out the latest news about Tammy Baldwin, who made LGBT history in 2012 by becoming the first openly gay U.S. Senator, in addition to her distinction being the first openly gay politician elected to the House of Representatives. Learn more about the Smith College graduate and Democrat from Wisconsin, who is considered one of the most liberal members of Congress. Learn about Tammy Baldwin’s voting record and her work toward advancing the causes of women’s and LGBT rights in the United States.
Will Trans Folk Become an ENDA Bargaining Chip?
November 08 2013 7:00 AM ET

Will Trans Folk Become an ENDA Bargaining Chip?

Sunnivie Brydum

Now that the Employment Non-Discrimination Act has passed the U.S. Senate, it's up to the Republican-controlled House of Representatives to get the long-languishing legislation to President Obama's desk intact.

WATCH: Tammy Baldwin Tells John Boehner 'Just Bring ENDA Up for a Vote'
November 07 2013 4:40 PM ET

Baldwin to Boehner: Just Bring ENDA Up for a Vote

Sunnivie Brydum

The nation's first openly gay senator has a message for the Republican speaker of the House.

WATCH: ENDA Could Make This an 'Uplifting Week'
November 05 2013 5:23 PM ET November 08 2013 8:11 PM ET

WATCH: Highlights from the Senate's ENDA Debate 

Trudy Ring

Sen. Tom Harkin of Iowa said ENDA's passage would make this "an uplifting week," amid comments from several senators on both sides of the aisle in support of the legislation.

WATCH: First Openly Gay Sen. Tammy Baldwin on 'Courage' of Those Supporting ENDAWATCH: First Openly Gay Sen. Tammy Baldwin on 'Courage' of Those Supporting ENDA
November 04 2013 6:07 PM ET

WATCH: First Openly Gay Sen. Tammy Baldwin on ENDA

Sunnivie Brydum

The nation's first openly gay Senator took to the Senate floor this afternoon to deliver an impassioned speech in support of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.

Sens. Baldwin, Collins Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Provide Fairness to Domestic Partners
September 19 2013 3:12 PM ET

Sens. Baldwin, Collins Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Provide Fairness to Domestic Partners

Michael Regula

The Democratic senator from Wisconsin and the Maine Republican are among the bipartisan sponsors in both chambers of Congress who’ve signed on to support the Domestic Partnership Benefits and Obligations Act of 2013.

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