Fairness Act

Lack Of LGBTQ Protections Has Some Young West Virginians Ready To Leave

Casey Johnson lives in Pittsburgh’s North Shore, a couple of blocks from one of the most colorful buildings in the nation, Randyland, a utopian-esque public art installation with walls, chairs, and trinkets in every possible shade and hue.When apartment shopping in the Steel City, Johnson, who is pansexual, gender non-binary and uses non-gendered pronouns, searched to find a neighborhood that was the “most accepting.” North Shore, they said, fits the bill.

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Another Year, Another Fairness Act: Is 2021 The Year W.Va. Adopts A Law For Gay, Transgender Rights?

Advocates for a law protecting the rights of gay and transgender West Virginians say the legislation has broad, bipartisan support. But the bill has been introduced almost every session for the last 20 years. What's different this time?

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