Access to Justice
Vulnerable people in the LGBTQ community encounter many barriers to justice. GLAD work to remove them, whether by providing interpretation on GLAD Answers, partnering with legal services organizations, or educating lawyers about how to serve LGBTQ clients.
Supporting teachers and staff at religious schools who could be denied their civil rights in the workplace if the U.S. Supreme Court expands the “ministerial exception.” Read More
Update March 12, 2020: The House voted to pass HB1577. January 30, 2020: Staff Attorney Chris Erchull delivered testimony in support of HB1577, “An Act Relative to Initiating ... Read More
March 3, 2020: GLAD delivered testimony opposing HB1251 and SB480, legislation that would subject female athletes to intrusive medical testing in order to join a ... Read More
Update April 23, 2020: Victory! The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities issued a milestone ruling prohibiting all employers and insurers from denying coverage ... Read More
On November 18, 2018, the Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Treasury published two final rules that will deprive thousands of people from ... Read More
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