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Emails: Anti-LGBT Law Cost N. Carolina Project with 700 Jobs

Dec 2
Internal emails show that city and state officials blame a North Carolina law limiting LGBT protections for a company's decision to pick another state for a new project that includes 700 jobs.

Federal Court Weighs Key Decision on LGBT-Workplace Bias

By Michael Tarm | Dec 1
A rare full-court session of a U.S. appeals court in Chicago heard arguments Wednesday on whether protections under a 1964 Civil Rights Act should be expanded to cover workplace discrimination against LGBT employees.

Federal Court in Chicago to Hear LGBT-Workplace Bias Appeal

Nov 30
A federal court will consider arguments that protections under the 1964 Civil Rights Act should expand to cover LGBT workers.

Four in Ten American Women Face Workplace Discrimination

By EDGE | Nov 24
Four in ten career women battled workplace discrimination to get where they are today, according to a new survey.

Experts Question Rationale for VA Decision to Deny Surgery to Transgender Troops

By EDGE | Nov 21
The Palm Center's study shows that the VA's decision to not fund gender transition surgery comprises a small percentage of the Army's annual budget, and shouldn't be cancelled.

Fox Boss: We Want to Keep Megyn Kelly

By David Bauder | Oct 28
Fox News boss Rupert Murdoch says that he wants to keep anchor Megyn Kelly at the network, but if she decides to leave "we have a deep bench of talent, many of whom would give their right arm for her spot."

5th Annual Foundation For Letters Gala Honored Trailblazing Young Authors & Women Of Color

By EDGE | Oct 27
On Wednesday, October 19th, The Foundation For Letters held its 5th Annual Fall Benefit Gala in Manhattan, honoring Vivica A. Fox, Dr. Nadia Lopez, Carmen Rita Wong and more.

Gay Man Files Discrimination Suit Against Trump Business

Oct 25
A former employee of one of Donald Trump's New Jersey golf course claims he was fired after complaining about violent and anti-gay behavior he allegedly endured while working at the GOP presidential nominee's business.

New Jersey Shore Town to Pay Gay Ex-Cop $369K Settlement

Oct 20
Officials in a New Jersey shore town have agreed to pay a proposed $369,000 settlement with a gay former police officer who filed a discrimination lawsuit.

3 Law Clerks of Alabama Suspended Chief Justice Fired

Oct 16
The attorney of suspended Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore says three of his client's law clerks have been fired.

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