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Marriage equality without job protection for same-sex couples

Marriage equality without job protection for same-sex couples

Pennsylvania was the only state with marriage equality, but no job protection for same-sex couples. Now there are several. Vox.com has the story and the map:


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Gary Paul Gilbert

Same-sex couples living in Canada today, on Thanksgiving Day, can give thanks for employment protection. Since 2005 marriage has been available throughout the country and gays have been able to serve in the military since 1992.

Hopefully, with marriage equality becoming the norm in the United States we will catch up with Canada on employment rights.

Happy Indigenous Peoples’Day!

Here is a timeline of gay rights in Canada:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/timeline-same-sex-rights-in-canada-1.1147516

or

http://preview.tinyurl.com/n3qnqot

Gary Paul Gilbert

Paul Woodrum

One can get fired for getting married? What a great country!

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