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Obama Drafting Executive Order Targeting LGBT Workplace Discrimination

Obama Drafting Executive Order Targeting LGBT Workplace Discrimination

It's still legal to fire workers for being LGBT in 32 states

Amid growing impatience with Congress, President Obama has asked his staff to draft an executive order targeting LGBT discrimination in the workplace. Read More »

Cory Booker's First Week On the Job As U.S. Senator

Cory Booker's First Week On the Job As U.S. Senator

Booker goes to Washington a celebrity and senator

Former Newark Mayor Cory Booker is learning the rules of being a U.S. Senator like anyone starting a new job. A reporter shadowed him on his first week in D.C. Read More »

ENDA (Banning Sexual Orientation Discrimination) Passes In Senate. What Will It Mean If It Becomes Law?

ENDA (Banning Sexual Orientation Discrimination) Passes In Senate. What Will It Mean If It Becomes Law?

What ENDA will (and won't) do if signed into law

Now that the Senate passed ENDA, prohibiting discrimination due to sexual orientation, what can we expect? Here's what ENDA will do (and what it won't do) Read More »

Top 10 LGBT Employment-Friendly States

Top 10 LGBT Employment-Friendly States

You can be fired for being openly gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender in 29 states.

A new report by XpertHR identifies the 10 most LGBT-employment-friendly states. Read More »

Moving Video Explains Why LGBT Workers Are Fighting For ENDA

Moving Video Explains Why LGBT Workers Are Fighting For ENDA

Mia Macy is the first person in a video series, designed to support the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. Read More »

Transgender Man Tearfully Tells Senators About His Suffering At Work

Transgender Man Tearfully Tells Senators About His Suffering At Work

Kylar Broadus was a self-described workaholic when he was working for a financial institution in the early 1990s. Then suddenly, he began receiving harassing phone calls and given assignments after hours due the next morning. He was told he wasn't allowed to talk to certain people. Finally he was forced out,... Read More »

Advocates Push For Executive Order To Protect LGBT Americans

Advocates Push For Executive Order To Protect LGBT Americans

23 years before the Civil Rights Act, Franklin Roosevelt issued an executive order that banned the federal government, including the armed forces, from discriminating on the basis of race, color, creed, or national origin. Now advocates are hoping president Obama will do something similarly radical for the... Read More »

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