Tell Health & Human Services: Don’t Rollback Non-Discrimination Protections

Tell Health & Human Services: Stop Funding Grantees Who Discriminate

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) proposed a new rule that would roll back hard-won protections. This will undoubtedly harm LGBTQ+ people, our families, and so many more folks in our communities that need access to social services and healthcare.

The proposed rule would remove hard-won protections that currently prohibit taxpayer dollars from going to individuals and organizations that discriminate. This rule will be particularly harmful to LGBTQ+ people of color, people with no-and-low-incomes, and queer and trans youth in the foster care system. Take action and submit your comment today!

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