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ENDA, hate crimes pushed back to fall by Democrats

From Victory Fund's Gay & Lesbian Leadership Smartbrief:

ENDA, hate crimes pushed back to fall by Democrats
The long-awaited Employment Non-Discrimination Act is slated for a House vote in September, according to a spokesperson for Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. Meanwhile, in the Senate, the gay- and transgender-inclusive hate crimes bill, which was attached to defense legislation pulled by Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., is unlikely to get a vote until September, or even later in the fall. Washington Blade

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