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Why Is the Employment Non-Discrimination Act Important? Can’t LGBT People Just Hide Their Identities?

The seemingly non-controversial bill got derailed earlier this month when state legislators approved an amendment preventing local governments from passing new work leave policies.

The thing to focus on as we consider and debate the Employment Non-Discrimination Act with lawmakers, family, and friends is whether or not people should be fired just for being who they are.

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Inclusive ENDA Introduced; “We Are Beyond” Removing Gender Identity Protections, Says Frank

An inclusive ENDA banning discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity and expression in workplaces has been re-introduced in Congress.

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Health Care Reform: Good for Patients, Good for Workers

Our country should view health care reform as an economic investment that can create jobs that women are likely to take.

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Obama’s Women’s Issues Point Person, Karen Kornbluh, Gets It

When it comes to actual solutions for families, Obama’s policy “brain” Karen Kornbluh has a clear and comprehensive prescription–with programs that go as far as many advocates’ wilder dreams.

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In Jamaica HIV Affects More than Just Health

In a cultural climate with too many examples of stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV, a proposed plan in Jamaica to protect the right of HIV-positive workers could symbolize a major step in the way the country treats this key issue.

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