If he wins, Wymore would be the first openly transgender officeholder in the nation’s biggest city and one of only a handful ever in the U.S.
Republican Party leaders are urging the Idaho Legislature to put a stop to local communities’ efforts to provide discrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals.
The fight for the soul of the Republican Party intensifies this week as Republican leaders gather in Washington to court religious conservatives.
Supporters await a U.S. Supreme Court decision that will determine whether California’s voter-enacted ban on gay marriages lives or dies.
A bill aimed at protecting transgender people in Delaware by outlawing discrimination based on gender identity passed the state Senate on Thursday and now goes to the House.
King has scheduled a news conference Thursday in Albuquerque about a request for a nonbinding opinion by his office on whether same-sex couples can be legally married in the state.
Organizers seeking to overturn the state’s ban on same-sex marriage say they’re aiming to put the issue before voters in 2014.
A bill outlawing discrimination in Delaware based on gender identity is getting its first hearing in the General Assembly
Buried in the proposed rewrite of the nation’s massive education law are protections for gay and lesbian students that its supporters liken to the landmark 1972 protections for the rights of female athletes in high school and college.