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Susan Collins, senior U.S. Senator from Maine, announced her support for marriage equality yesterday.
Both a new info-graphic and a recent op-ed on NBC Latino lay out why it is so important that the House of Representat
Seven Republicans joined 54 Democrats in the Senate recently, passing a procedural vote in favor of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). Find out who they are and what they had to say about workers who are LGBT.
The Employment Non-Decimation Act (ENDA) got the 60 votes needed to close debate in the Senate.
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.
Majority Leader Harry Reid says he will be bringing legislation banning anti-LGBT employment discrimination to the floor before Thanksgiving.
The Victory Fund has announced and Fox News has projected that Wisconsin U.S. Representative Tammy Baldwin tonight will become the first openly gay person ever elected to the Senate in America's history.
This afternoon Kylar Broadus, founder of the Trans People of Color Coalition (TPOCC) became the first trans person ever to testify before the US Senate. Broadus's testimony was in support of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, or ENDA. Watch his testimony here: