All Americans–no matter what state they call home–should have the opportunity to live their lives free from discrimination. But right now, there are no explicit federal protections against our LGBTQ neighbors being fired, refused service at a business, or denied housing simply because of who they are or who they love.
From people of faith to business leaders to women’s safety advocates, Americans are uniting to demonstrate that freedom from discrimination is a universal American value. It’s time to update the laws–federally, in the states, and locally–so that all people, including LGBTQ people, are protected from discrimination.
Protecting people from discrimination is about building a country where every one of us can go about our daily lives without the fear of discrimination or violence. It’s about improving the lives of the millions of our neighbors, friends, and family members who are vulnerable because 30 states lack express and enduring LGBTQ protections.
That’s what Freedom for All Americans is committed to doing as we work for a federal law that protects LGBTQ people from discrimination.
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