North Carolina: Buncombe County Adopts Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Buncombe County in North Carolina approved a nondiscrimination ordinance.

Good news! A new nondiscrimination ordinance has been enacted in a North Carolina county, extending protections to LGBTQ+ individuals.

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The Most Pro-LGBTQ Order Ever Issued By A U.S. President

President Joe Biden signed a nondiscrimination order to protect LGBTQ people.

President Joe Biden has taken a significant step by signing an executive order aimed at safeguarding LGBTQ individuals from discrimination.

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Charlotte Passes LGBTQ Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Charlotte nondiscrimination ordinance was approved.

The recently approved nondiscrimination ordinance by the Charlotte City Council represents a significant milestone for LGBTQ rights in North Carolina and underscores Charlotte's ongoing commitment to fostering an inclusive and protected environment for all its residents.

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Will Voters Get To Vote On LGBTQ Rights In Michigan This November?

Will Michigan voters vote on the nondiscrimination bill to protect LGBTQ people in the 2022 ballot?

Michigan's LGBTQ community faces uncertainty as the state's board of canvassers delays certification of a petition for the November ballot, which seeks to extend protections for sexual orientation and gender identity under the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act.

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North Carolina: Four Pro-LGBTQ Bills VS Two Anti-LGBTQ Bills

North Carolina set of pro-LGBTQ bills.

As the storm of anti-LGBTQ legislation sweeps through Arkansas, a ray of hope emerges in North Carolina, where legislators and Equality NC unveil four pro-LGBTQ bills, igniting a beacon of progress.

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Major Corporations Join Effort To Get Equality Act In Japan Before Olympics

Major global corporations back Equality Act for LGBTQ people in Japan.

The urgency for a non-discrimination law that safeguards LGBTQ individuals is escalating in Japan.

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Virginia Now Protects LGBTQ People Against Discriminations

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257,400 LGBTQ adults live in the state of Virginia and until now, they have had no protection from discrimination as the law only protects on the basis of race, religion, and sex.

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Will Italy Ban Discrimination And Hate Crimes Against LGBTQ People?

Italy debats a nondiscrimination law.

As Italy navigates the path of progress, a pioneering bill emerges to protect the LGBTQ+ community from discrimination and hate crimes.

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Fair And Equal Michigan Sent Nondiscrimination Bill To The Ballot

Fair and Equal Michigan has submitted the necessary signatures to send the nondiscrimination bill to the vote.

Big news for the LGBTQ+ community in Michigan!

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Kansas Extends Protections Against Discrimination To LGBTQ People

Kansas Human Rights Commission extended protections for LGBTQ people.

The US Supreme Court's stance against LGBTQ worker discrimination is making waves nationwide, leading to advancements in LGBTQ protections in Kansas.

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Greensboro, Durham, And Orange County Approve Nondiscrimination Orders

Durham, Greensboro, and Orange County passed nondiscrimination ordinances to protect LGBTQ people in North Carolina.

We had seen that the moratorium that prevented the passage of nondiscrimination legislation in North Carolina ended on December 1, 2021, and we had seen that Hillsborough, Carrboro, and Chapel Hill had decided to protect LGBTQ people by immediately passing ordinances to prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

I have more good news today as two new and significant cities, Greensboro and Durham, which are among the largest cities in the state, and Orange County have passed similar ordinances.

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North Carolina: Three Cities Adopt Nondiscrimination Orders

Hillsborough, Carrboro, and Chapel Hill ban LGBTQ nondiscrimination laws.

On December 1, 2020, the moratorium on nondiscrimination orders expired in North Carolina and people were wondering what the hell was going to happen, but today, I have three good news.

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Jacksonville’s LGBTQ Nondiscrimination Ordinance Is Almost Ready

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Last month, in Florida, Jacksonville City Council wanted to protect the LGBTQ community from discrimination but went a little too fast.

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Michigan’s Board of State Canvassers Approved LGBTQ Nondiscrimination Initiative

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After 37 years of work, LGBTQ groups may be on the verge of accomplishing what they have not been able to do before.

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Laurie Pohutsky's Bill To Ban LGBTQ Discrimination In Michigan

Laurie Pohutsky's bill to protect LGBTQ people against discrimination in Michigan.

A wind of change is blowing in Michigan for LGBTQ rights: new legislation may soon offer enhanced protection against discrimination.

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Pennsylvania Could Debate A Non-Discrimination Law For LGBTQ People

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Pennsylvania may be on the verge of banning discrimination against LGBTQ people.

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The Nondiscrimination Rules Has Come To An End In North Carolina

The nondiscrimination ban expired in North Carolina.

Anticipation grows as we await the unfolding events in North Carolina, following the expiration of the state's ban on cities penalizing local businesses for LGBTQ discrimination.

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The European Commission Presents Its Plan For LGBTQ Rights

The strategy of the European Commission to protect LGBTQ people.

We have gained insights into the European Commission's proposed plan for advancing LGBTQ rights.

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Nondiscrimination Bill Passes Important First Step In Italy

Italy House approved the nondiscrimination bill to protect LGBTQ people.

The initial phase of the nondiscrimination bill to protect the LGBTQ+ community in Italy has been triumphantly approved.

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116 Groups Urge Japanese Prime Minister To Pass LGBTQ Equality Act

116 groups urge Japan Prime minister to pass LGBTQ Equality Act.

In 2011 and 2014, which will forever remain historic moments, Japan has signed UN Human Rights Council resolutions calling for an end to violence against LGBTQ people and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

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