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BREAKING: Referendum to repeal CA law protecting trans students failed to qualify for ballot vote
An attempt by anti-trans activists in California to qualify for a referendum vote on the state's newly enacted law protecting transgender students has failed.
NFL, Apple, Marriott, American Airlines, and more urge Arizona to drop discriminatory bill
Major corporations including Marriott, Apple, American Airlines, and National Football League, as well as the organizations National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, National Black Justice Coalition, and US Business Leadership Network have condemned Senate Bill 1062.
Snapshots: Sarah Kate Ellis on MSNBC, CeCe McDonald, sharing a Russian artist's story, and more
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CEO of Marriott writes for CNBC: Businesses can't afford inequality
Arne Sorenson, president and CEO of Marriott International, today wrote for CNBC on the importance of businesses supporting the LGBT community and standing for inclusivity in both internal policies and external advocacy.
ADF's Fiedorek equates serving an LGBT person with serving the KKK, burning Koran, but Chris Cuomo is having none of it
Ms. Fiedorek has a penchant for making baseless claims that are, um, well—not as astute as she seems to think they are. Chris Coumo did an excellent job calling out her misinformation with the truth.