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The Senate passes a bill outlawing anti-workplace discrimination. Eventually, the House GOP will follow.

Gay advocates plot their next moves.

Two Republican leaders -- Paul Ryan and NRCC chair Greg Walden -- voted for ENDA in 2007. Yet now it may not even get a vote at all.

Moderate GOP Rep. Charlie Dent calls on John Boehner to allow a vote, but it may not happen.

A Senate vote nears on ending anti-gay workplace discrimination.

Will Republicans really stand in the way of ending gay workplace discrimination?

The coming debate over the Employment Non-Discrimination Act gives the GOP another shot to revive that "makeover" that has fallen by the wayside.

Today may have been a better day than we know for the future of gay civil rights in America.

Today's SCOTUS victory may have just helped put gay marriage bans on the path to extinction.

Yes, Lisa Murkowski came out for marriage equality. But when it comes to the GOP, she is the exception.

  • Jamelle Bouie
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  • Jun 19, 2013
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