Entry #11533: LGBT discrimination in Virginia

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RegionVirginia
IssueLGBT discrimination
StatusIllegal in some contexts
Start DateJul 1, 2020
End Datenow
DescriptionVirginia Gov. Ralph Northam signed into law sweeping legislation in most counties that not only protects the rights of lgbtq Virginians in employment and accommodations but also expands the ability of plaintiffs to sue in Virginia state court.
SourcesVirginia Gov. Ralph Northam just signed into law sweeping legislation that not only protects the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Virginians in employment, housing and accommodations but also expands the ability of plaintiffs to sue in Virginia state court.


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ValueIllegalIllegal in some contexts
NoteVirginia Gov. Ralph Northam signed into law sweeping legislation that not only protects the rights of lgbtq Virginians in employment, housing and accommodations but also expands the ability of plaintiffs to sue in Virginia state court.Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam signed into law sweeping legislation in most counties that not only protects the rights of lgbtq Virginians in employment and accommodations but also expands the ability of plaintiffs to sue in Virginia state court.
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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam signed into law sweeping legislation that not only protects the rights of lgbtq Virginians in employment, housing and accommodations but also expands the ability of plaintiffs to sue in Virginia state court. most counties that not only protects the rights of lgbtq Virginians in employment and accommodations but also expands the ability of plaintiffs to sue in Virginia state court.

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