HRC hails a decision by the Alabama Supreme Court of the Judiciary to suspend anti-LGBTQ Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore from the bench for the remainder of his term due to his unethical and extralegal actions surrounding marriage equality. Learn more about the decision here.

Although seven anti-LGBT bills were introduced in the Alabama legislature this season, not one passed.

The existing patchwork of legal protections for LGBTQ people in the United States leaves millions subject to uncertainty and potential discrimination. That’s why the Human Rights Campaign is working with lawmakers and advocates to pass the Equality Act in Congress, as well as strong non-discrimination protections at the state and local levels.

If you are a reporter seeking up to the minute information about measures in Alabama, please email and/or subscribe to our daily tipsheet.

In an unprecedented effort to bring equality to Alabama, HRC launched Project One America, a comprehensive campaign to dramatically expand LGBTQ equality in the South through permanent campaigns in Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas. 

Click Here to Voice Your Support or text ONEALABAMA to 30644 to join us.

Are you a faith leader in Alabama? Pledge to make your community and congregation a more inclusive space for LGBTQ people by clicking here!

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