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#NaziBucketChallenge Calls Out Trump, Trends on Twitter

#NaziBucketChallenge Calls Out Trump, Trends on Twitter

Sep 15
In response to the White House's demand that ESPN fire host Jemele Hill for calling President Trump a "white supremacist" on Twitter this week, a hashtag has emerged where users define themselves and call POTUS out.

Health and Civil Rights Group Blast Trump Admin. Attempt to Gut LGBTQ Protections from ACA

Health and Civil Rights Group Blast Trump Admin. Attempt to Gut LGBTQ Protections from ACA

Sep 15
Health, human and civil rights advocates voiced concerns that the Trump administration is working to gut a provision of the Affordable Care Act that prohibits discrimination against sex and gender identity in federally health programs.

Trump, Lawmakers Squabble Over Whether They Struck a Deal

Trump, Lawmakers Squabble Over Whether They Struck a Deal

By Erica Werner and Jill Colvin | Sep 15
The fate of 800,000 young immigrants hung in the balance as top lawmakers, White House officials and President Donald Trump himself squabbled over whether an agreement had been struck to protect them - and if so, exactly what it was.

Floundering 'Natural Marriage' Group Solicits Donations for Anti-LGBTQ Candidate

Floundering 'Natural Marriage' Group Solicits Donations for Anti-LGBTQ Candidate

Sep 14
Unsurprisingly, NOM is throwing what's left of its weight behind the nomination of rabidly anti-LGBTQ disgraced State Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore.

Senator Rock? Anti-Trans Political Speech Raises Concern About a Kid Rock Run for Office

Senator Rock? Anti-Trans Political Speech Raises Concern About a Kid Rock Run for Office

Sep 14
After months of speculation and promises, did Kid Rock finally made good on his threat to run for public office?

What Happened at Dinner? Trump, Dems Don't See Eye to Eye

What Happened at Dinner? Trump, Dems Don't See Eye to Eye

By Erica Werner and Jill Colvin | Sep 14
President Trump denied an assertion by the Democratic leaders in Congress that they had an agreement to preserve protections for young immigrants living illegally in America and to bolster U.S.-Mexico border security, but without his coveted wall for now.

Charlotte Mayor Unexpectedly Loses Democratic Primary

Charlotte Mayor Unexpectedly Loses Democratic Primary

Sep 14
The two protagonists in the battle over LGBT rights in North Carolina are now out of the political picture after a surprise in a mayoral primary on Tuesday.

Clinton's Book Publisher Questions Reviews From Amazon Users

Clinton's Book Publisher Questions Reviews From Amazon Users

Sep 13
The publisher of Hillary Clinton's new book "What Happened" is questioning Amazon reviews posted within a day of the book's release.

New HRC Report Highlights Trump-Pence's Stealth Attacks on Democracy and the LGBTQ Community

New HRC Report Highlights Trump-Pence's Stealth Attacks on Democracy and the LGBTQ Community

Sep 13
HRC released a new report highlighting the Trump-Pence administration's highly unusual and abusive efforts to quietly roll back critical protections, programs and services for the LGBTQ community.

Coalition of Civil Rights Groups Urge the Senate to Reject Anti-LGBTQ Judicial Nominee

Coalition of Civil Rights Groups Urge the Senate to Reject Anti-LGBTQ Judicial Nominee

Sep 13
Citing a history of anti-LGBTQ actions, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights issued a statement on Tuesday urging the Senate to reject the confirmation of Trump nominee Joan Larsen for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

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