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Posts tagged ‘nondiscrimination ordinance’

 

Marital Rights of Same-Sex Couples at Risk of Removal

Because same-sex marital rights also arise from the same 14th amendment protections cited in Roe, LGBTQ+ individuals are worried.

June 17th, 2022

The United States Supreme Court is poised to overturn the constitutional right associated with abortion, which arises from the 14th Amendment. Because same-sex marital rights also arise from the 14th amendment, LGBTQ+ individuals are now worried that their own rights are at risk. Advocates for LGBTQ rights are concerned that if Roe v. Wade is Read More


Charlotte Passes Anti-Discrimination Ordinance

The city of Charlotte, North Carolina recently passed an anti-discrimination ordinance to protect its LGBTQ citizens from discrimination.

November 26th, 2021

When House Bill 2, or HB2, was passed in North Carolina in 2016, the city of Charlotte lost its ability to pass an anti-discrimination ordinance to protect the rights of its LGBTQ citizens. Indeed, the reputation of Charlotte as a progressive city was called into question as HB2 banned Charlotte and other cities from passing Read More


Department of Justice Backs Anti-LGBTQ Wedding Photographer

The Supreme Court will hear a case brought by a Christian website designer who wants to be able to refuse service to LGBTQ customers.

April 8th, 2020

Towards the end of February of this year, the United States Department of Justice provided input on an issue that arose in Kentucky. A Christian wedding photographer initiated legal action against the City of Louisville over a nondiscrimination ordinance that she feels may “force” her to shoot LGBTQ weddings, even though no one has approached Read More