Case Discusses LGBT Non-Discrimination Executive Order on Chicago Tonight
Professor Mary Anne Case appeared on WTTW's Chicago Tonight on July 22, 2014, to discuss President Obama's executive order banning discrimination against LGBT employees of federal contractors and the federal government.
From the Chicago Tonight website: "President Obama signed an executive order on Monday, July 21 banning discrimination against LGBT employees of federal contractors and the federal government. The executive order has two parts: it's now illegal to fire or harass an employee based on his or her sexual orientation or gender identity; and discrimination against transgender employees is banned. The president did not include a religious exemption in the order. Mary Anne Case of the University of Chicago Law School joins us on Chicago Tonight to discuss the order and its future impact."