Monday, May 25, 2015
Maryland bill with sweeping discrimination protections becomes law June 3 even without a GOP governor's signature
A sweeping anti-discrimination bill protecting LGBT people in specified areas will become law Wednesday June 3, 2015, even without Republican governor Larry Hogan’s signature, according to a Washington Post article this morning by Josh Hicks, link here.
The law prevents discrimination in fertility treatments regardless of sexual orientation, and allows gender changes on birth certificates.
Sunday afternoon, quite a few people made their way to the TownDC Patio on U Street along the Green Line after the Nationals’ baseball victory that afternoon (4-1). The Patio had a fog machine that cooled outdoor patrons and actually created real rainbows if viewed from certain angles.