Middle Class Economics for the 21st Century – Helping Working Families Get Ahead
Over the past six years, we’ve rescued and begun to rebuild our economy on a new foundation. Middle class economics has begun to work. Now
Michigander making a life in Minnesota
The below letter was written by Kent Love-Ramirez in response to an opinion piece featured in Michigan’s Grand Rapids Business Journal. The article
Employment Protection is a Family Issue!
Today, for the first time in history, the U.S. Senate will vote on a fully-inclusive Employment Non-Discrimination Act – the federal bill prohibiting discrimination again
HISTORY MADE AS SENATE PASSES INCLUSIVE LGBT WORKPLACE PROTECTIONS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Sean Carlson | 202.550.2315 | firstname.lastname@example.org Senate Passes Employment Non-Discrimination Act Washington DC- (Nov. 7, 2013) – Family Equality Council, the national
Federal Tax Equality
In the Windsor case, the Supreme Court found Section 3 of DOMA unconstitutional because it required the federal government to treat legally married same sex
Is Freedom from Discrimination in Credit on The Horizon?
In early 2012, a Bank of America in Florida denied Patty Snyder a mortgage when she listed her same-sex partner’s mother as her co-signer. The
Compassion for All
I was on a plane last night, coming in for landing at Atlanta’s airport, and saw something out the window that made me think. We
Committee Seeks to Make U.S. Census More LGBT Inclusive
While the U.S. Census has chosen not to count LGBT individuals in the past, a new committee is being put together to advise the Census
41 Out Celebrities
In celebration of National Coming Out Day yesterday, the Huffington Post highlights 41 celebrities who have come out at LGBT. The first National Coming Out
Voter ID Laws Impact Trans Communities
While it has never been easy for trans voters to go to the polls, this election season an increasing number of states have introduced stricter
LGBT History Month Celebrates 21 Influential Black Gay Icons
Langston Hughs, RuPaul, Audre Lorde and Kye Allums. Some of these names may sound familiar while others may not share the same large scale recognition.
Boy Scout Denied Award for Being Gay
At the age of 17, Ryan Andresen has worked for 11 years to earn an Eagle Scout award. After completing his final requirement of a