For every step we fight bitterly for, there’s 20 more these Hate Fueled people drag us backward.
- Mississippi senate voted 28-18 Thursday in the last procedural act to advance what critics say is the most sweeping anti-LGBT legislation in the U.S.
- The House only needs to vote once to concur, and then the bill goes to the governor.
- House Bill 1523 would protect people, religious organizations, and certain businesses that refuse services specifically to LGBT people.
- The bill also would protect those opposed to recognizing the gender identity of transgender people.