Let's End the Conversation: It's Time to Pass MONA

In light of the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of marriage equality, it can be easy to forget that there are still many areas in which LGBT individuals and couples are denied equal treatment. Sadly, in the past few weeks we learned of more real life stories of sanctioned-discrimination in Missouri.

Rowden Unsure If It's OK to Fire Folks for Being LGBT

When questioned about his stance on anti-discrimination legislation, Rep. Caleb Rowden was unable to give a clear answer.

Top 4 Ways MoLeg Can Honor Moms This Mother’s Day

With only a week left of session, the Missouri Legislature still has major work to do. Today as we reflect on the significance of mothers, we also call on our legislators to take action on legislation that will honor Missouri mothers.

These are the top four ways #MoLeg can honor moms before the end of this legislative session.

1. Eliminate the Gender Wage Gap

Missouri business leaders support MONA

When the Missouri Nondiscrimination Act (MONA) was heard in a House committee last week, many Missouri business leaders showed up to testify in support of the bill.

In Missouri, You Can Be Fired for Being Gay

PROMO and Progress Missouri today launched, an informative microsite and story collection project to raise awareness of inadequate legal protections against discrimination for LGBT Missourians.

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