Veto Override Session Likely to Revolve Around Anti-LGBTQ+ Legislation

July 14, 2023

The Louisiana Legislature will head into a veto override session on Tuesday, after a majority of lawmakers declined to submit ballots that would have cancelled the veto session. Although Gov. Edwards vetoed 25 bills and portions of three pieces of budget legislation, it's believed the three anti-LGBTQ+ measures will be at the core of this override session.

Top LGBTQ Articles Worth Reading

September 7, 2020

The LGBTQ community or gay community is an organization comprised of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender people who unite under a common goal of fighting for their recognition and acceptance to society. The community was formed to acknowledge diversity in sexuality and individuality to counter stereotypic notions that different people have towards them. The community […]

The Rise of the Social Justice Warrior

July 24, 2020

  Today’s P.C. police have taken on a public mantle, and political correctness has taken on a new persona. These passionate people claim to represent the social conscience of our times, but are they taking things too far?  In this post, we’ll explore the rise of the social justice warrior, and whether they are hurting […]

Louisiana Democratic Party on SCOTUS Ruling on LGBTQ+ Discrimination in the Workplace

June 16, 2020

  BATON ROUGE, LA – Monday, the Supreme Court issued a ruling that existing civil rights law bars discrimination against LGBTQ+ employees in the workplace. Louisiana Democratic Party Executive Director Stephen Handwerk released the following statement in response: “This is a historic moment in our long struggle for equality and justice for LGBTQ+ Americans. Today, the court clearly and […]

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