1. Supreme Court appears divided over LGBTQ job discrimination  NBC News
  2. Supreme Court to hear LGBTQ employment rights case  CBS This Morning
  3. Supreme Court Will Decide On Protections For LGBTQ Employees  NPR
  4. Harris v. EEOC and the women's rights legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg | TheHill  The Hill
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The Supreme Court heard arguments on the constitutionality of a Louisiana state law that allows criminal convictions based on jury verdicts that aren't unanimous. Kavanaugh questioned the law's apparently racist roots.The Supreme Court heard arguments on the constitutionality of a Louisiana state law that allows criminal convictions based on jury verdicts that aren't unanimous. Kavanaugh questioned the law's apparently racist roots.

The three LGBT cases are among the most important on the court's 2019 docket; the justices' rulings will come during the 2020 presidential campaign.The three LGBT cases are among the most important on the court's 2019 docket; the justices' rulings will come during the 2020 presidential campaign.

Gay rights: Supreme Court divided in LGBT job discrimination case

The case will test the constitutionality of an admitting-privileges law that could reduce the number of clinics in the state one.The case will test the constitutionality of an admitting-privileges law that could reduce the number of clinics in the state one.

The decision paves the way for a clothing line, FUCT, to get its trademark. But the justices were split on how far is too far and which words they would find to be the most vulgar and profane.The decision paves the way for a clothing line, FUCT, to get its trademark. But the justices were split on how far is too far and which words they would find to be the most vulgar and profane.

Supreme Court Strikes Down Ban On 'Immoral,' 'Scandalous' Trademarks : NPR

Supreme Court's LGBT discrimination decision hinges on the text of the Civil Rights ActWhen it comes to both race and gender and gender identity and sexual orientation, we should think back to President Kennedy's words about freedom.

'Sex discrimination' includes bias against gay and transgender workers'Sex discrimination' includes bias against gay and transgender workers

Editorial: The Supreme Court can and must protect gay and transgender workers - Los Angeles Times

The justices have a duty to citizens to make the correct interpretation of the Constitution.The justices have a duty to citizens to make the correct interpretation of the Constitution.

Supreme Court has consequential term with Louisiana abortion case | TheHill

The justices have a duty to citizens to make the correct interpretation of the Constitution.The justices have a duty to citizens to make the correct interpretation of the Constitution.

Supreme Court has consequential term with Louisiana abortion case | TheHill

““Remember, you’re making history no matter what happens.” @Lavernecox is with us today. #RiseUpOct8 #SCOTUS https://t.co/vYY72zBhrg”

ACLU of Michigan on Twitter: "“Remember, you’re making history no matter what happens.” @Lavernecox is with us today. #RiseUpOct8 #SCOTUS… "

“#MondayMotivation via Jonathan Van Ness: Our rights are once again on the line at #SCOTUS. Tomorrow, the Supreme Court will hear 3 major LGBTQ civil rights cases that could decide how federal non-discrimination laws apply to LGBTQ people. Learn more from @JVN. #RiseUpOct8 https://t.co/AtDPRSSWw3”

Human Rights Campaign on Twitter: "#MondayMotivation via Jonathan Van Ness: Our rights are once again on the line at #SCOTUS. Tomorrow, the Supreme Court will hear 3 major LGBTQ civil rights cases that could decide how federal non-discrimination laws apply to LGBTQ people. Learn more from @JVN. #RiseUpOct8… https://t.co/GN2z71a4in"

“Today will go down as one of the most important days in LGBTQ legal history. Here’s the line of people waiting to get into the court to watch. #RiseUpOct8 https://t.co/6rIjAWJmvD”

ACLU on Twitter: "Today will go down as one of the most important days in LGBTQ legal history. Here’s the line of people waiting to get into the court to watch. #RiseUpOct8… https://t.co/6DcWYTK5fF"

“All Americans should have the freedom to live and work without discrimination. Today, the Supreme Court will hear three cases that challenge that basic right for LGBTQ+ people. We deserve a Court that sees everyone and rules in favor of equality—for our generation and the next.”

Pete Buttigieg on Twitter: "All Americans should have the freedom to live and work without discrimination. Today, the Supreme Court will hear three cases that challenge that basic right for LGBTQ+ people. We deserve a Court that sees everyone and rules in favor of equality—for our generation and the next."

From the very first day that I met Don Zarda, I knew that he loved to fly. Within hours of meeting him, he surprised me by arranging a skydiving...From the very first day that I met Don Zarda, I knew that he loved to fly. Within hours of meeting him, he surprised me by arranging a skydiving...

With his case of LGBTQ discrimination before the Supreme Court, my longtime partner is helping people fly again

The Supreme Court grappled with whether and how far to get in front of Congress in deciding whether a 55-year-old civil rights law covers LGBTQ protections.

Justices debate overtaking Congress on LGBTQ protections

Justice Neil Gorsuch gave LGBTQ advocates a glimmer of hope Tuesday when he said sex “appears to be a factor” in decisions to fire gay workers during closely watched U.S. Supreme Court arguments over whether federal law protects gay and transgender workers from discrimination.Justice Neil Gorsuch gave LGBTQ advocates a glimmer of hope Tuesday when he said sex “appears to be a factor” in decisions to fire gay workers during closely watched U.S. Supreme Court arguments over whether federal law protects gay and transgender workers from discrimination.

Gorsuch Says Sex Seems To Factor Into Gay Worker Firings - Law360

Possible good news on the horizon?Possible good news on the horizon?

SCOTUS will hear NY gun law case after all

There is little news coming out of Tuesday morning’s Supreme Court oral arguments in three cases that will determine if LGBTQ people have equal rights or can be fired merely for being LGBTQ. But a surprise remark is giving some LGBTQ people a drop of hope. Conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch has at the very least given the […]

Conservative Justice Gorsuch’s remark during Supreme Court arguments may give LGBTQ activists and allies hope – Raw Story