In Massachusetts, transgender people are fully protected under state law. In 2016, a bipartisan coalition of Massachusetts lawmakers stood alongside our state's major employers, 250+ faith leaders, top educational institutions, key labor unions and more to pass legislation extending full protections to transgender people in public spaces like restaurants and hotels.
Discrimination is Bad for Business! That's why leading businesses across Massachusetts strongly support Massachusetts law ensuring equality for transgender people.
Pledge to Protect Full Transgender Equality in Massachusetts I stand with the majority of Bay Staters who support our state law ensuring full equality under the law for transgender people. Discrimination has no place in Massachusetts and I commit to defending this law against any unwarranted attacks.
Public accommodations are any place we are when not at home, work or school. This includes, but is not limited to: The people of Massachusetts support full transgender equality.
When it comes to transgender equality, the truth is more boring than fiction. Massachusetts fully protects transgender people, and the sky hasn't fallen.
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Department of Corrections Sergeant Calls for #TransLawMA to Be Protected Sarah Stowe • Plymouth
Mother of a Transgender Daughter Calls for Non-Discrimination in Massachusetts Jeanne Talbot • Graton
“Every day, I live my life in fear. I’m scared.” Brandon Adams • Framingham, MA

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