State Legislation Tracker

Up-to-the-minute tracking of legislation affecting LGBTQ+ people

We use technology combined with our policy expertise to monitor important state legislation affecting LGBTQ+ Americans. Further down on this page you’ll find important federal legislation, court cases, and ballot measures that could affect equality. From anti-LGBTQ+ bills to bans on conversion therapy we are prepared to fight alongside our state partners and meet every new challenge head on.

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Total LGBTQ+ Bills

State Anti-LGBTQ+ related bills we’re tracking

Click on your state below to see all the anti-LGBTQ+ bills we are tracking there, or select an issue you care about for a picture of where legislation is moving across the country. The bills listed on this page are those that negatively impact the LGBTQ+ community. If you would like to see specific bills in your state, please go to Our Members page and find the partner organization in your state.

National Updates

We monitor and track important federal legislation, court cases, rule changes, and ballot measures when LGBTQ+ lives will be affected. Learn more about the moments we’re monitoring.

Joint response from LGBTQ+ organizations Anti-Violence Project, CenterLink: The Community of LGBTQ+ Centers, and Equality Federation on Biden-Harris Administration Announcement on Actions to Protect LGBTQI+ Communities

Equality Federation Reacts to Supreme Court Decision in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia

“Today’s decision by the Supreme Court has made one thing clear: no one should be turned away from a taxpayer-funded program because of who they are,” said Fran Hutchins, Equality Federation Executive Director. “While the Court ruled in favor of Catholic Social Services, they did so on the narrowest possible ground. Governments are still able to prohibit discrimination against LGBTQ foster and adoptive parents and must continue to do so for the over 400,000 children currently in foster care.”

Despite Senate divisions, now is a golden opportunity to pass the Equality Act

The Equality Act would update existing federal civil rights law to include sexual orientation and gender identity as unlawful grounds for discrimination along with race, color, religion, sex and national origin. It would send a powerful message of inclusion that everyone should have the freedom and opportunity to work hard, earn a living, provide for their families and contribute to communities. We must do everything possible to pass these protections as soon as we can. The path is not easy. It will require hard work and engaging in good faith dialogue with lawmakers on both sides of the aisle as well as concessions on both sides to reach bipartisan consensus.

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