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The Tennessee AG Accuses the New Anti-Discrimination Guidelines of Giving Too Much Leeway to the LGBTQ+ Community

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery is leading an effort by 20 U.S. state attorneys general against new anti-discrimination guidelines created by the Biden administration. The group claim the new regulations were created unfairly and go too far in giving leeway to the LGBTQ+ community. 

In a letter to President Joe Biden, the attorneys general criticize an executive order that implements a U.S. Supreme Court anti-discrimination ruling that went unheeded by the Trump administration. 

Biden’s order states “all persons should receive equal treatment under the law, no matter their gender identity or sexual orientation.” The Human Rights Council (HRC) called it the “most substantive, wide-ranging LGBTQ executive order in U.S. history.”

Read the source article at Memphis Flyer

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