ENDA debate sign of Congress', public's gay comfort level

10/5/2007 | MSNBC

The final version of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act is not likely to include transgender protections -- a reality that reflects where many members of Congress and the public stand on LGBT issues: They are aware of issues facing gays and lesbians, but not in tune -- yet -- with the problems of transgender people, according to this article. LGBT activists have two weeks to lobby lawmakers to include transgender workers in the bill, according to out U.S. Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., ENDA's chief sponsor.

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