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Help NCLR Stop Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay or Trans” law

On March 31, NCLR filed the first – and at this time only – lawsuit against Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay or Trans” bill. 

Representing Equality Florida and Family Equality along with many individuals, NCLR is fighting to overturn this law before it goes into effect on July 1.  Read all about the case and more.

This fight is beginning in Florida but other states are following suit and we are ready to sue!  

Chip in $10, 25 or $50 today to stop these insidious and hateful laws!   

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California Assembly Bill 2085

California

Children of color are significantly more likely to be reported for allegations of abuse and neglect, despite the vast majority of those allegations being unfounded or unsubstantiated. LGBTQ parents of color are even more likely to lose custody of their children through the child welfare system. Even when families are not separated by the system, unnecessary investigation and surveillance of families by the system harms children by disrupting family dynamics and stability. Mandated reporters of possible child abuse and neglect are currently required to report families impacted by poverty. NCLR supports AB 2085, which would change the requirements for California mandated reporters of possible child neglect to reduce the number of families unnecessarily swept into the child welfare system simply based on poverty or bias.

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NCLR Condemns Supreme Court Reversal of Roe v. Wade

June 24, 2022. Today, in a 6-3 ruling, the United States Supreme Court held that the Constitution does not protect the fundamental right to abortion, overruling the landmark decisions Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey.

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Map of U.S. Surrogacy Laws

The U.S. does not regulate surrogacy on a federal level, so each state has its own laws about whether surrogacy is permitted and how it is regulated. This map covers whether and how intended parents can access surrogacy as well as the protections provided for the rights of people acting as surrogates. View the Map

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