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ENDA

Rep. Jared Polis (D-CO), House sponsor of ENDA 0

ENDA Being Reintroduced In Both Houses

It has little chance of passing right now, but the timing is strategic

April 23, 2013 News
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Time For Congress To End Job Discrimination Against LGBT Workers

It is almost 2013 and one can still be fired for being gay or trans. This is a national disgrace that must be changed

November 14, 2012 News
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NY State Appellate Court: Calling Someone Gay is Not an Insult

The fact that it’s possible to take someone to court if they call you gay — the idea that speculation about a person’s sexual orientation,

June 04, 2012 Blog
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Press Secretary Grilled On Obama’s Rejection of Non-Discrimination Executive Order

This is a really interesting exchange from today’s briefing with White House Press Secretary Jay Carney. As Andy said, The Washington Blade, Metro Weekly, and

April 12, 2012 Blog
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Iowa Rep. Steve King Wants “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” in the Workplace

Talk about trying to put the genie back into the bottle: in an exclusive interview with ThinkProgress’s Scott Keyes, notoriously bigoted Iowa GOP Rep. Steve

April 05, 2012 Blog
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LGBTs for Ron Paul — Huh?

I must confess that I’m truly baffled by the level of support I’m seeing among my friends for presidential candidate Ron Paul. While the number

January 10, 2012 Blog
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Why I’ll Miss Barney Frank

In addition to being a tireless advocate for his constituents and the American LGBT community, Rep. Barney Frank is well known for telling things like

November 28, 2011 Blog
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Gay Conservative Opposes Pro-Gay Legislation, Again

Also, water is wet. Responding to LCR’s support of ENDA, over at the old Gay Patriot: I agree that private employers should not discriminate against

March 30, 2011 Blog
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Mississippi Corrections Officer Fired for Being Gay; ACLU Suing

As Joe says, this is why we need ENDA: On June 14, while at home and off-duty, [Corrections officer Andre] Cooley called 911 after his

October 18, 2010 Blog
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Re: The Mid-Term Elections

The mid-term elections are now just under a month away.  LGBT people are, understandably, frustrated with the slow progress of things like DADT repeal, ENDA,

October 05, 2010 Blog
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