Monthly Archives: April 2015

Love Will Win

As I sit here at our nation’s capital, a bit chilled standing in line for the oral arguments on the marriage cases at the Supreme Court, I cannot help but feel inspired by all that we’ve accomplished together. After decades … Continue reading

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Jindal said what?!?

Yesterday, Governor Jindal opened his final State of the State Address acknowledging a host of challenges facing the state in his final year in office. As expected, he gave a forceful defense of Rep. Mike Johnson’s so-called “Marriage and Conscience … Continue reading

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This is harmful to ALL Louisianans

Wow! The momentum is building in Louisiana, and we are excited to see the diverse and growing opposition to the so-called “Marriage and Conscience Act.” Last night Stephen Perry of the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau issued an amazing … Continue reading

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A License to Discriminate in Louisiana

Over the past few weeks there has been coverage of a national movement to expand “religious freedoms” in the states. Louisiana has now been propelled into this battle by Rep. Mike Johnson’s “Marriage and Conscience Act” (HB 707) that was … Continue reading

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LANA has been pre-filed

It’s hard to believe, but right now under Louisiana law, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people are subject to unfair discrimination based solely on their sexual orientation or gender identity or expression. But it is true, discrimination exists throughout Louisiana … Continue reading

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