Effective anti-discrimination and hate-crime law and policy reforms must start with an understanding of the status quo’s strengths and weaknesses, guest columnist King writes.
In a move destined for disdain by future generations, the Legislative Management Council bowed to the religious right and eliminated all classes protected from discrimination in its rules of conduct
Lingle legislator proposes “religious freedom” measure that would allow businesses, government officials to refuse service to gays and lesbians.
A University of Wyoming investigation claims there is “no evidence of racial profiling or discrimination” after six American Indian high school students were detained by campus police at the UW bookstore.
A patron had alerted store clerks of a suspicion …
The House rejected a bill to protect workers based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Still, SF 115 advanced farther than any such legislation.