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07/10/2013

ENDA moves out of Senate committee!

by Jeremy Hooper

Truly fantastic news: By a bipartisan 15–7 vote, the long-debated Employment Nondiscrimination Act has moved out of U.S. Senate committee:

ENDA Passes Senate Committee [J.M.G]

No clue when it will hit the Senate floor. And then of course there is the deeply conservative House which, as of late, seems more interested in passing go-nowhere repeals of existing legislation than it does with actually passing laws that would protect hardworking Americans.

But for now? Yay, progress.

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