Tag Archives: Lambda Legal
President Trump did not attempt to assert any support for LGBT citizens during his first State of the Union address Tuesday night, and LGBT leaders vowed to continue fighting a "long game" for civil rights during the Trump administration.
LGBT activists say the U.S. Supreme Court's refusal to take up a procedural issue in lawsuits challenging a virulently anti-LGBT law in Mississippi doesn't end the litigation. And it's significance to an upcoming decision in a similar Colorado case is
The U.S. Supreme Court could not muster four votes this week to agree to hear an appeal from an employee who said Title VII of the Civil Rights Act should protect her from sexual orientation discrimination at work. The case
The Trump administration's brief in an upcoming Supreme Court argument would ultimately dismantle all laws aimed at ending discrimination in public accommodations, not just discrimination against LGBT people.
The argument next month before the Supreme Court sounds an awful lot like cases which have already been argued and decided, but this one, says the ACLU, could lead to a "license to discriminate against many people."
LGBT activists say they find the Trump administration's recent actions concerning civil rights protections deeply troubling and indicate it intends "to take every opportunity to limit nondiscrimination protections for LGBT people."
The Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal three years ago from a wedding photographer who wanted to say "no" to a same-sex couple seeking her services. Now, the court is saying "yes" to a baker who did essentially the
Lambda Legal takes Title VII case to Supreme Court, arguing that the various interpretations of the law in the lower courts forces "creates an uncomfortable result in which the more visibly and stereotypically gay or lesbian a plaintiff is in
Edie Windsor, whose lawsuit brought down the federal Defense of Marriage Act, died Tuesday at the age of 88.