The office met with community leaders on how it could protect LGBTQ+ people in the coming legislative session.
Phoenix, Ariz. — Last week, a federal judge for the U.S. District Court blocked the enforcement of Arizona’s controversial
We spoke with Staff Attorney Rachel Berg on the case that's winding through the court, and what it means for Arizonans.
Small town pride celebrations are being met with online and physical threats, mostly by far-right legislators and religious groups
Hobbs vetoes trans bathroom bill, has vetoed a total of three anti-LGBT bills during tenure... PLUS... a new "Eyes on the State"
The state's educator-in-chief re-upped his claim that he was an LGBTQ+ ally, but has continued pushing a false medical ideology around trans kids' physical strength. PLUS... a new "Eyes on the State"
Two students sued the state, arguing that their bodies haven't gone through the puberty that conservatives like Horne often say gives them an "unfair advantage." PLUS... a new "Eyes on the State"
Students from across the Valley in multiple school districts showed up on Friday, demanding schools protect students from far-right targeting of trans kids.... PLUS a new Eyes on the State
Attorney General Kris Mayes signed onto new FDA guidance that would allow gay and bisexual men to donate blood...PLUS a new EYES ON THE STATE
Despite Republicans' continued push of anti-LGBTQ+ bills specifically targeting trans kids, people showed their support...PLUS a new EYES ON THE STATE
A New Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study said that safe school environments for queer youth were paramount to making sure depression, violence, and suicidal ideation didn't continue.