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    #LoveWins - Victory at the Supreme Court


    In a historic 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court of the United States found bans on marriage equality to be unconstitutional—and that the fundamental right to marriage is a fundamental right for all. #LoveWins

    Learn more about the landmark decision at HRC.org/SCOTUS

  • 2016 Republican Facts: Bobby Jindal


    Throughout his political career, Bobby Jindal has routinely opposed efforts to move toward LGBT equality, and he's bragged that he was not a politician who was going to change his anti-LGBT positions based on "polling." He's even worked against existing Louisiana protections that protected LGBT workers from discrimination.

    Learn more at HRC.org/2016RepublicanFacts

  • 2016 Republican Facts: Jeb Bush


    As governor, Jeb Bush said he believed marriage was between “one man” and “one woman” and eventually supported amending Florida’s constitution to oppose same-sex marriage. Under Bush, the Florida Republican Party spent thousands on the amendment. When asked by a potential LGBT employee about his policy on hiring LGBT people, Bush suggested the employee should stay closeted. He has a history of opposing protections for LGBT Americans as “special legal rights,” and while he now says he believes in preventing discrimination based on sexual orientation, he has not said whether he supports ENDA.

    Learn more at HRC.org/2016RepublicanFacts

  • Megan James of Purity Ring Rocks for Equality


    Megan James, one half of electronic Canadian duo Purity Ring, is lending her star power to HRC's Equality Rocks campaign.
  • 2016 Republican Facts: Rick Perry


    Texas Gov. Rick Perry has spent years on the political stage. During that time, not only has he consistently opposed LGBT equality, but he's used his opposition to LGBT rights as a campaign issue against other candidates.

    Learn more at HRC.org/2016RepublicanFacts