Watch: Hearings on Inclusive ENDA Underway at Senate Panel

Witness Testimony

Panel I

Tom Perez, Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, United States Department of Justice, Washington, DC

Panel II

Helen Norton, Associate Professor of Law, University of Colorado School of Law, Boulder, CO
The Honorable Lisa Madigan, Attorney General, State of Illinois, Chicago, IL
Virginia Nguyen, Diversity & Inclusion Team Member, Nike, Inc., Beaverton, OR
Mike Carney, Police officer, City of Springfield Police Department, Springfield, MA
Craig Parshall, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, National Religious Broadcasters Association, Manassas, VA
Camille Olson, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw, LLP, Chicago, IL


  1. Dback says

    From our “half-full glass” department…maybe the Maine thing could inadvertantly help with the ENDA’s passage. Lawmakers might be in the mood to try to make up for the marriage defeat with another major piece of legislation.

    On the half-empty side: a few Blue Dogs might be running scared after Tuesday, and won’t be willing to stick their neck out on any gay issues until after 2010. (Hence Dick Durbin on repealing “DADT.”)

  2. robert says

    Hopefully, ENDA’s passage will give a needed shot in the arm to our movement and help in efforts to further Marriage Equality. I’m still hopeful even after Tuesday’s calamity! NY seems poised to begin debate on the subject as early as Nov. 11th. Fingers crossed!

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