by Judd Legum Sep 20, 2015
"So do you believe that Islam is consistent with the constitution?"
by Zack Ford Sep 18, 2015
Despite nationwide marriage equality, civil unions are still relevant to a discrimination complaint resolved this week in Illinois.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Sep 11, 2015
Living out your faith doesn't mean always getting your way.
by Jack Jenkins Sep 10, 2015
"[The Satanic Temple] is prepared to pursue legal options if their application is rejected or ignored.”
by Alan Pyke Aug 29, 2015
A Kentucky official opposed to signing same-sex marriage papers digs in deeper.
by Zack Ford Aug 25, 2015
Ted Cruz thinks that discrimination against people based on their faith is fine. It's actually a violation of the Civil Rights Act.
by Jack Jenkins Aug 20, 2015
“RFRA was not intended to create blanket exemptions to laws that protect against discrimination.”
by Zack Ford Aug 18, 2015
The Republican National Committee provided a handy list of the kinds of anti-gay discrimination that they want to make sure is protected under law.
by Zack Ford Aug 14, 2015
A new bill to add LGBT nondiscrimination protections to Anchorage city law might have the opposite effect.
by Zack Ford Aug 6, 2015
If Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis loses the suits against her for not issuing same-sex marriage licenses, she wants to blame the guy who told her to issue them.