The Employment Non-Discrimination Act seemingly has 60 senators supporting it---enough to get the bill approved in the Senate and to block any potential filibuster.
Stories of real people being reported on by journalistic outlets, or voices that deserve amplifying
After hours upon hours of testimony from Hawaii citizens, and debate the Hawaii House has passed marriage equality. The legislation passed a concurrance vote in the Senate, and is onto Governor Neil Abercrombie, who has said he will sign the bill into law.
Following the passage of the Schools Success and Opportunity Act, anti-transgender organizations like the Pacific Justice Institute have fabricated stories in order to scare people into opposing fair treatment for transgender students.
The Hawaii state Senate helped move Hawaii closer to marriage equality. With a vote of 20-4 in favor of marriage equality, the bill now moves to the full House for a hearing and a vote that will be much closer than the Senate vote.
The Ali Forney Center, an LGBT homeless youth organization in New York, will not be stopped in their efforts to end LGBT youth homelessness. Not even superstorm Sandy was able to stop them.
A new report released by Equality Federation, titled Building Momentum for Change, shows the important role local groups play in helping to achieve full LGBT equality.
Sandra Day O'Connor, 83-year-old retired Court justice, officiated Jeffrey Trammell and Stuart Serkin's wedding at the Supreme Court this week.
Former United States Defense Secretary, Dr. Robert M. Gates, has been elected to the National Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), on which he will serve as a member of the executive committee and as the national president-elect.