Breaking Supreme Court Lets Discrimination Continue…

first_imgeTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… The following two tabs change content below. Latest posts by Fran Hutchins (see all) Click here to stand with LGBTQ people and families in Mississippi and pledge to help us stop discrimination in your state.Fran Hutchins, Deputy Director, said, “It’s a shame the Supreme Court declined to law review challenges to this outrageous because it is the most extreme, sweeping anti-LGBTQ law in the country. LGBTQ Mississipians should be able to live and work free from harassment and discrimination so we are hopeful that when the courts do look closely at this law or similar laws they will land on the side of the constitution and the American promise of freedom and fairness for all.” The  Supreme Court has denied to review two cases that challenged Mississippi’s dangerously broad anti-LGBTQ law, HB 1523. The law, which opens the door for businesses to refuse service to LGBTQ people,  is based on three discriminatory beliefs:marriage is only between a man and a woman;sex should only take place in such a marriage;and a person’s gender is determined at birth and cannot be alteredLawmakers in your state and across the country are back to work, and we know that already some politicians have filed anti-LGBTQ legislation or are planning to file soon. You have Successfully Subscribed! Make no mistake, Equality Federation is working hard to support our state-based leaders, from Equality Florida to Basic Rights Oregon, to fight back against every attempt to undermine equality! Would you like occassional updates from the state-based LGBTQ resistance? Fran HutchinsFran works on the ground with state leaders to plan, hire great people, develop leaders, and grow and strengthen our movement organizations. Trump official tells Supreme Court: Businesses should be free to put up ‘no gay couples’ signsWhat if Donald Trump was gay? He won’t be married….‘Anti-LGBTQ extremists did not win’: People respond to US Supreme Court bakery decisionlast_img