Equality Act approved by House committee, without single Republican vote
Thursday, 2 May 2019
Not a single Republican voted for the bill, which would outlaw anti-LGBT discrimination across the US. The post Equality Act approved by House committee, without single Republican vote appeared first on PinkNews.
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