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Demonstrators outside the Supreme Court

The clash of two American values didn’t seem so huge when a broad coalition of religious and civil rights representatives got together in a room

Van runs over pedestrians

‘Public labeling of mass shooters as terrorists since 9/11 has been anything but consistent.’

Pence, Trump at White House

Executive orders reflect polices VP pursued as Indiana governor

Gay, lesbian and transgender activists react to the unanimous decision by the Iowa Supreme Court earlier in the day recognizing same sex marriage as a civil right during a celebration on April 3, 2009 at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa. (Photo by David Greedy/Getty Images)

The turn toward embracing marriage equality may have been slow, but it seems that securing transgender rights might arrive more swiftly.