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  • Laverne Cox wants government to count how many gay and transgender people live in U.S.

    Orange is the New Black transgender actress Laverne Cox spoke in support of The LGBT Data Inclusion Act of 2016. She said by not tracking that data, the federal government was telling the LGBT community that they “do not count."

Laverne Cox wants government to count how many gay and transgender people live in U.S.

Orange is the New Black transgender actress Laverne Cox spoke in support of The LGBT Data Inclusion Act of 2016. She said by not tracking that data, the federal government was telling the LGBT community that they “do not count."
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