Today, the House voted on the Equality Act (H.R.5), a long awaited bill that would prohibit discrimination based on gender, sexual orientation, gender identity. The mandating non-discrimination has been a decades long struggle for the LGBTQ community which has finally culminated in this legislative opportunity. Though the bill is not likely to pass in the Senate, getting a bill to the House
“I was so pleased to participate in the timely efforts of Chairman Bobby Scott (D-VA) of the Education and Labor Committee to commemorate this important Brown v. Board anniversary. I will never forget the day I heard that the U.S.
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