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2 Years After Marriage Equality, LGBT Couple Says Fight Is Far From Over Marisa & Andrea
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In 2017, Georgia turned a new corner in the debate on LGBT non-discrimination. For the first time in the history of the state, lawmakers introduced a record 5 pieces of legislation aimed at addressing the problem of discrimination.

Three of those bills are LGBT-inclusive and would take us a step closer to ensuring protections from discrimination across many areas of life. Those bills are still active and up for consideration in 2018. Learn more below and take action.

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Since Anna Lange came out as a #transgender woman, “99% of interactions have been positive,” she says. But for that other 1%—and for other #LGBT people who aren't as lucky in their jobs and communities—an LGBT-inclusive civil rights law is needed: bit.ly/2LnHK0A pic.twitter.com/SErJAqqYY4

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