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19 Oct 2020


In August, Illinois passed a law requiring public schools to incorporate LGBTQIA+ history into their curricula. It’s the third state to pass such legislation this year, following New Jersey in February and Colorado in May. California has had a similar law in place since 2011….

Free Rodney Reed 

*This article contains references to sexual assault.  Clemente Javier Aguirre spent 14 years in prison for a murder he did not commit.  Charles Ray Finch was put behind bars at 38 when he was wrongfully convicted of gunning down gas station owner Richard  Holloman.  Imprisoned…

The Civil Rights Act is Incomplete 

As it stands, there are no federal protections against employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.  On Oct. 8, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments for three separate court cases involving anti-LGBTQIA+ discrimination in the workplace. The justices can either expand…

When Competition Saves Lives 

In most cases, when a product is too expensive, consumers seek out cheaper alternatives, using generic versions of brand name goods. Competition is supposed to prevent brands from overcharging  customers.  But what if alternatives are being kept off the market? What stops a company from…