Pippa Garner poses for a portrait at her new home in Long Beach, Calif., on July 23, 2015. Garner was recently evicted from her apartment. "The landlord saw me and said to me: I don't like the way you look, I don't want you here." She prefers Hollywood and surrounding neighborhoods because she feels there's more of an art scene, but Garner had to find a quick and economical apartment. She is currently on the hunt for a new place. Congressional Democrats introduced sweeping civil rights legislation on Thursday that would protect the LGBT community from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Pippa Garner poses for a portrait at her new home in Long Beach, Calif., on July 23, 2015. Garner was recently evicted from her apartment. "The landlord saw me and said to me: I don't like the way you look, I don't want you here." She prefers Hollywood and surrounding neighborhoods because she feels there's more of an art scene, but Garner had to find a quick and economical apartment. She is currently on the hunt for a new place. Congressional Democrats introduced sweeping civil rights legislation on Thursday that would protect the LGBT community from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Jessica Pons McClatchy
Pippa Garner poses for a portrait at her new home in Long Beach, Calif., on July 23, 2015. Garner was recently evicted from her apartment. "The landlord saw me and said to me: I don't like the way you look, I don't want you here." She prefers Hollywood and surrounding neighborhoods because she feels there's more of an art scene, but Garner had to find a quick and economical apartment. She is currently on the hunt for a new place. Congressional Democrats introduced sweeping civil rights legislation on Thursday that would protect the LGBT community from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Jessica Pons McClatchy

Democrats offer bill to guarantee LGBT civil rights

July 23, 2015 05:15 PM

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