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Mon March 11, 2013
Talking about LGBT rights in Michigan
The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to rule on two cases involving same sex marriage this year, bringing LGBT rights to the forefront of political discussion.
In Michigan, the Eliot-Larsen Civil Rights law doesn't protect members of the LGBT community.
This means that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals can be fired, denied housing, and turned away from restaurants and hotels based on their sexual identity.
Michigan Radio's Lester Graham spoke with Jay Kaplan with the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan.
Kaplan has been the staff attorney for the ACLU of Michigan’s LGBT Project since its founding in 2001. He has fought against Michigan’s constitutional amendment prohibiting same-sex couples from marrying.
Listen to the full interview above.
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