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Diversity in the Judiciary

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new report by the Florida Access to Justice Project (FAJP) puts the spotlight on both the flood of special interest money and lack of diversity in our state court system.

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Fighting anti-LGBTQ bills

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Under the guise of "religious freedom," lawmakers in Tallahassee are trying to pass bills that would legalize anti-LGBTQ discrimination and make it a crime for transgender Floridians to use the restroom. Religious freedom does not mean the license to discriminate.

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Fighting for LGBTQ healthcare

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LGBTQ Americans, and especially transgender and queer people of color, face health disparities compared to the rest of the population, due to continuing disparities in access to and utilization of care. We must defend the progress we have made in reducing these disparities.

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HIV/AIDS Decriminalization

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Laws that force those living with HIV/AIDS into the shadows only perpetuate stigma and contribute to the spread of the epidemic. Our elected leaders must act now to repeal laws that criminalize and stigmatize HIV+ status.

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Conversion Therapy

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Being lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender is NOT a disease, disorder, illness or shortcoming.

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Employment Nondiscrimination

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In Florida, you can be fired for your job just for being gay—or even because someone thinks you might be. That’s just plain wrong.

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Marriage Equality

 

In March 2014, SAVE and the ACLU of Florida sued to challenge Florida’s refusal to recognize same-sex marriages performed in states with marriage equality.

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