The federal government does not protect against this kind of discrimination, either, except in limited cases.
Although Democrats have proposed legislation that would change that, the chances of it successfully sliding through a Republican Congress in an election year seem slim.
But in many places, these efforts are complicated by a tangled political question: Should these laws make exceptions for religious individuals and organizations that object to employing and providing services to gay people?
This question could produce some of the biggest political fights of 2016.
“Interviews with alleged witnesses, guests and employees led to major doubts with the version of events that had been presented,” police told German daily .
“One of the alleged victims was not even in Frankfurt at the time the allegations are said to have taken place.” They concluded: “Masses of refugees were not responsible for any sexual assaults in the Fressgass over New Year.
Get the latest updates by signing up for our newsletters: We are hiring a Communications Strategist and a Policy Director. Can you make a tax-deductible gift to support our work? This briefing uses the most recent data available on the number of people in various types of facilities and the most significant charge or conviction.
Because not all types of data are collected each year, we sometimes had to, for example, apply the percentage distribution of offense types from the previous year to the current year’s total count data.
To be specific, when a reserved railway ticket is booked for a train in Indian Railways, all the details of passengers are stored in relational database of centralized reservation system.Passenger's personal information like name, age, gender etc.is saved in the database against this reference number. That’s the number of states where it’s not against the law to discriminate against a gay person who’s looking for an apartment, applying for a job, or buying something from a store.Five more states have protections, but with exceptions: New York, New Hampshire, and Wisconsin don’t forbid discrimination against transgender people, for example, and Massachusetts and Utah don’t protect all LGBT people in all situations in which discrimination might arise.