Governor Cuomo Signs Landmark Legislation Protecting LGBTQ Rights
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed into law the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act and legislation banning the practice of conversion therapy, signifying a landmark victory for the LGBTQ community and fulfilling the Governor's vow to sign this legislation within the first 100 days of the legislative session.
Persons living with HIV/AIDS have the right to be free from discrimination under the New York State Human Rights Law. These protections cover employment, housing and access to places of public accommodation. Should you experience discrimination because of your HIV status, you have rights. Please call us at 888-392-3644 if you believe you have been discriminated against.
Finalized Materials and Guidance on New York's Sexual Harassment Prevention Laws
New York State has released finalized materials and guidance on the state's new sexual harassment prevention laws, following a public comment period that began August 23.