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Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg unveil LGBT+ rights platforms ahead of town hall

PinkNews Thursday, 10 October 2019
Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigig have both released their LGBT+ rights manifestos ahead of a town hall event on Thursday night (October 10). In separate but similar plans to boost LGBT+ rights, Warren and Buttigieg vowed to end the murders of trans women of colour, outlaw conversion...
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