Two Decades After Gay Student’s Murder, 20 States Don’t Have Hate-Crime Protections For LGBTQ People

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CNN reports that a lot has changed for gay Americans in the 20 years since Matthew Shepard, a student at the University of Wyoming, was beaten, tortured, tied to a fence and left for dead by two men he had met in a bar, and yet in some ways, nothing has changed.

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