A Florida Christian school fired a teacher for being gay and the Trump administration's interpretation of the Civil Rights Act may back their decision.
The Supreme Court kicked off arguments in a number of discrimination cases that could reshape the legal landscape for LGBTQ workers across the country.
The Trump administration filed a brief with the Supreme Court on Friday arguing that employers should be allowed to discriminate against, or even fire, their lesbian, gay and bisexual employees simply due to their sexual orientation.
"There's a lot of fear that we are sliding back, that the worst times may come again."
The Court of Appeals ruled that protections against sex discrimination in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects people from job discrimination based on their sexual orientation.
Blacks make up a third of South Carolina's voters. But Blacks have never had more than one House member out of seven.
The law limits restroom access for transgender people.
Next month, the Supreme Court must decide where religious discrimination starts.