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For me, the answer was easy: Americans deserve a wider and more thorough examination of local and state legislation that relates to gender identity and sexual orientation. The administration has also tried to remove questions about gender identity from an upcoming 2020 census survey. These women are all Democrats, as is Danica Roem, whose election last year to the Virginia House of Delegates made her the first openly transgender person to serve in any state legislature. Splashed across the front page of The New York Times on April 26 was the headline: “Gay Marchers Throng Mall in Appeal for Rights.”The march called for the passage of a civil-rights bill to end discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people by state and federal governments; for the definition of family to include the full diversity of all family structures; and for an end to violent oppression based on sexual orientation, race and sex."Make no mistake, America," David B. The court also concluded that Antone mistakenly relied on cases involving the enforceability of rights of first refusal and cross-default provisions. Haggen Holdings, LLC (In re Haggen Holdings, LLC), 2017 WL 3730527 (D. The purpose of the provision is to maximize the value of a debtor’s assets for the benefit of the estate and creditors. It rejected Antone’s argument that this case is factually distinguishable from other cases invalidating profit-sharing provisions under section 365(f)(1). journalists a couple of weeks ago, I was asked what news organizations were missing in our coverage of issues affecting this segment of the population. “At every step where the administration has had the choice, they’ve opted to turn their back on transgender people.”Under President Trump, several federal agencies have withdrawn Obama-era policies that recognized gender identity in schools, prisons and homeless shelters. Brianna Titone could become the first openly transgender member of the Colorado Legislature. people, tracked 129 bills introduced across 30 states last year that it described as anti-L. On Wednesday, the Justice Department told the United States Supreme Court that businesses can discriminate against workers based on their gender identity without violating federal law, Bloomberg Law reported.“Transgender people are frightened,” said Sarah Warbelow, the legal director of the Human Rights Campaign. In Texas, Gina Ortiz Jones, a Filipina Air Force veteran, could become the state’s first openly gay woman elected to any office.
In Great Atlantic, the court rejected the landlord’s argument that the profit-sharing provision should be enforced due to the parties’ bargained-for exchange in resolving litigation over the debtor’s prior defaults.