LGBT Legislation

Log Cabin Republicans continues to lead the charge in lobbying Republican officials in Congress on LGBT legislation. We are actively involved in lobbying on legislation regarding marriage equality, tax equity for domestic partner benefits, permanent repeal of the death tax (which particularly discriminates against same-sex couples), and other commonsense conservative reforms.

Recent Log Cabin Press Releases on LGBT Issues

Log Cabin Republicans Endorses President Trump for Reelection in 2020

Washington, D.C. – Log Cabin Republicans (LCR), the nation’s oldest and largest organization of conservative LGBTQ Republicans and their allies, announces its endorsement of Donald J. Trump for reelection for President of the United States in 2020. After consulting with over Continue Reading

Bumatay Confirmation

On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate invoked cloture and voted on President Trump’s nominee for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Patrick Bumatay of San Diego. Patrick will now become only the 2nd openly gay judge on the federal bench, and is Continue Reading

GOP Response to the Equality Act

When the Democrats took over the House earlier this year, they immediately slammed through a series of bills to implement their left-wing agenda. Checking off the box on the LGBTQ community, with zero input from equality-minded conservatives, the Equality Act Continue Reading

Log Cabin Republicans Statement on the Passing of Senator John McCain

Washington, D.C. -- Moments ago, media reported confirmation of the death of longtime ally of Log Cabin Republicans, Senator John McCain. In response, Log Cabin Republicans President Gregory T. Angelo issued the following statement: Log Cabin Republicans had a long and positive Continue Reading

Log Cabin Republicans Statement on Justice Kennedy's Retirement

Washington, D.C -- Moments ago, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, appointed to his position by Republican President Ronald Reagan, announced he will retire from his post effective July 31. Log Cabin Republicans President Gregory T. Angelo issued the following statement: No Supreme Continue Reading