Marjorie Taylor Greene struck for hanging an anti-trans sign outside the office to escalate the gender equality law debate
Two members of Congress have the debate on that Equal Opportunities Act out of the chamber of the house and into the hallway outside their offices. After Rep. Marie Newman posted a transgender pride flag outside her office, across from Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Greene posted an anti-trans sign outside of her own, which sparked a backlash.
Newman, an Illinois Democrat who has a transgender daughter, on Wednesday criticized Georgia Republican Greene for opposing the Equality Act – a comprehensive anti-discrimination law that would extend civil rights protection to LGBTQ people by eliminating discrimination based on the sexual orientation or gender identity is prohibited.
Greene submitted a motion for adjournment the House Wednesday in an effort to delay the passage of the bill. However, the request was …