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Our nation decided more than 50 years ago that when a business decides to open its doors to the public, that business should be open to all—a core principle that is at the heart of how we treat one another. The June 4 decision by the Supreme Court in Masterpiece Cakeshop vs. Colorado Civil Rights Commission affirms that basic principle. While the justices found that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission had not acted impartially when originally considering the case, they also made it clear that states can protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people from discrimination in the marketplace.

While the Court’s decision affirms the importance of non-discrimination laws, it does not address the discrimination that millions of Americans still face. In more than half the country, our state laws do not explicitly protect LGBT Americans from discrimination in stores and restaurants, in the workplace, or in housing.

That’s why we are calling on Congress to pass the Equality Act to create one set of rules for everyone and asking lawmakers to pass comprehensive legal non-discrimination protections.

It’s time for our nation’s laws to catch up to our nation’s values and protect all Americans from discrimination, so that no one can be fired from their job, denied a place to live, or turned away from a business simply because of who they are.


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