The future of LGBT+ rights in the US won’t be certain until January – and could hinge on these two Georgia Democrats
Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump is being hailed as a cause for celebration by LGBT+ groups, but campaigners fear real progress could hinge on the outcome of two Senate races in Georgia that won’t be held until January.
As the prepare to take office on January 20, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have vowed to work quickly to unpick the raft of executive actions taken by the Trump administration to undermine LGBT+ equality – with the ban on transgender people in the military as well as hostile ‘freedom to discriminate’ rules likely destined for the chopping block.
While executive powers will enable the president-elect to undo much of the policy-level damage done by his predecessor, more progressive planks of his LGBT+ action plan would require the passage of bills,
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