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.
Update: On June 8, 2021, An Act To Ensure the Safety of Children Experiencing Homelessness by Extending Shelter Placement Periods (LD 81) was signed into ... Read More
Update: On January 25, 2022, the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that Edge Fitness violated Connecticut’s nondiscrimination statute by maintaining a separate workout area for women. ... Read More
On April 5, 2021, GLAD Civil Rights Project Director Mary Bonauto delivered testimony in support of LD 633, a Resolve Directing the Maine Department of ... Read More
School Diversity During the COVID-19 Pandemic UPDATE: July 15, 2021 – After a five-hour community hearing, the Boston School Committee voted unanimously to implement the new ... Read More
H 5741, An Act Relating to Health and Safety – State Building Code, is a common-sense update to Rhode Island building code which would allow ... Read More
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