A measure that would allow federally funded child welfare agencies to turn away LGBTQ parents and others has been defeated.
New Jersey Congressman Chris Smith was caught on tape making the remark.
LGBT groups have not been standing still since a House committee voted an anti-LGBT amendment into a bill this week.
Proud father Karamo Brown and Extraordinary Families CEO Sarah Boone call out states that have made it harder for LGBT people to become parents.
Oklahoma's new "license to discriminate" law on adoptions got it added to California's list.
The measure allows faith-based agencies, even those using taxpayer funds, to turn away prospective parents who offend their religious beliefs.
The legislation lets faith-based agencies, even those with state contracts, turn away prospective parents who offend their beliefs.