Embed from Getty Images By Benji Douglas In case you were wondering how far those “thoughts and prayers” after the Orlando shooting were going to get anyone, here’s your answer: one month after the massacre, Congress is holding a hearing on just how many LGBT rights they ought to abridge. At issue is a bill called…
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