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Somewhere Over the Rainbow? What the Bostock Decision Means for the LGBT Community.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow? What the Bostock Decision Means for the LGBT Community.

They say Stonewall was a riot. That it finally put LGBT people on the map. That it was the beginning of genuine equality. But prior to last week’s Supreme Court decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia , LGBT employees could still be harassed, demoted, terminated, or ...

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