President Obama joins the majority of Americans and policymakers from both parties by coming out in support for marriage equality.
Sam Fulwood III is skeptical the president’s re-election chances will be harmed by supporting marriage equality.
Jennifer Chrisler, Laura Deaton, and Jeff Krehely outline the problems LGBT families face on tax day and how to solve them.
Issue Brief Crosby Burns argues that America needs a federal budget that supports all families, including gay and transgender families.
Julie Ajinkya slams the conservative organization for its hateful tactics, which are sure to backfire while uniting progressives.
CAP hosts an event looking at how children and their parents are negatively affected by the ideology, laws, and policies directed toward LGBT people in the United States.
Report Jennifer Chrisler, Ineke Mushovic, and Jeff Krehely outline a new report with recommendations on how to improve laws that disadvantage the large number of children with LGBT parents in our country.
Eleni Towns presents five ways that major Christian groups support lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender equality in our nation.
CAP polling reveals that a majority of small-business owners support workplace protections for gay and transgender employees, write Crosby Burns and Jeff Krehely.
Report Crosby Burns discusses the federal financial aid process for LGBT applicants and families headed by same-sex couples.
Following repeal of DOMA, the Department of Education would be able to issue regulations and subregulatory guidance that allow the FAFSA and financial aid institutions to fully recognize families headed by same-sex couples.
Crosby Burns runs through how current financial aid processes lead to unequal outcomes for gay and transgender individuals and their families.
A number of national polls have affirmed that a majority of the public now supports marriage equality for same-sex couples. As the president’s view on marriage equality continues to evolve, so too does public opinion.
For the first time ever, a majority of Americans support marriage equality, proving that the public is moving ahead of the religious institutions and politicians living in the past, writes Sally Steenland.