Supreme Court, lawmakers have more to do to prevent anti-LGBTQ discrimination

Posted on AllSides December 9th, 2019
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I’ll never forget what it felt like to sit inside the U.S. Supreme Court more than four years ago, anxiously awaiting a ruling in the case that ultimately brought same-sex couples the freedom to marry nationwide.

I was the named plaintiff in the case, and I felt a tremendous burden leave my shoulders as the world learned that justice had prevailed for same-sex couples and for the supermajority of Americans who supported the freedom to marry.

Now I’m feeling a similar sense of anxiety awaiting a different ruling from the...

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