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Housing non-discrimination law covers sexual orientation and gender identity (18 states + D.C.)
Housing non-discrimination law covers only sexual orientation (3 states)
No housing non-discrimination law covering sexual orientation or gender identity (29 states)
NOTE: This map reflects states that have statewide statutes banning discrimination in housing. Public accommodations may not be covered. Some states may interpret "gender" to include gender identity/expression. Such states are not reflected on this map.

For additional information, contact the Human Rights Campaign, the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force, the National Center for Transgender Equality,

Percent of LGBT Population Covered by Laws

39% of LGBT population lives in states prohibiting housing discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity 48% of LGBT population lives in states prohibiting housing discrimination based on sexual orientation 52% of LGBT population lives in states that do not prohibit housing discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity
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Data current as of 11/21/2014