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LGBT Policy Spotlight: Nondiscrimination Protections for LGBT People

The Bottom Line

LGBT Policy Spotlight: Nondiscrimination Protections for LGBT People breaks down state and city/county nondiscrimination laws that prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in:

  • Housing nondiscrimination laws protect LGBT people from being unfairly evicted, denied housing, or refused the ability to rent or buy housing.
  • Public accommodations nondiscrimination laws protect LGBT people from facing discrimination in or being unfairly refused service or entry to places accessible to the public. Public accommodations laws generally cover anywhere someone is when they are not at home, work, or school, including retail stores, restaurants, parks, hotels, doctors’ offices, and banks.
  • Employment nondiscrimination laws protect LGBT people from being unfairly fired, not hired, or discriminated against in the workplace by private employers.
  • Credit and lending nondiscrimination laws protect LGBT people from being unfairly denied credit and lending services.

This report is part of an ongoing series that will provide in-depth analyses of laws and policies tracked at the Movement Advancement Project’s Equality Maps. The information in this report is current as of the date of publication; but the online maps are updated daily.

Author

  • Movement Advancement Project