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Phoenix residents Laurie Provost (left), 53, and Maddie Adelman, 50, have watched their city become increasingly welcoming toward the LGBTQ community over the last two decades, even as their state has kept in place anti-LGBTQ policies and laws. Will Stone/KJZZ hide caption

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You, Me And Them: Experiencing Discrimination In America

In Arizona, Advocating For The LGBTQ Community Starts In Local Politics

LGBTQ leaders in Arizona have seen their biggest cities grow more welcoming toward the LGBTQ community. They hope that shift will help lead to acceptance across the state.

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Phoenix residents Laurie Provost (left), 53, and Maddie Adelman, 50, have watched their city become increasingly welcoming toward the LGBTQ community over the last two decades, even as their state has kept in place anti-LGBTQ policies and laws. Will Stone/KJZZ hide caption

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In Arizona, Advocating For The LGBTQ Community Starts In Local Politics

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Actor Who Came Out As Undocumented Is Fighting For Hollywood To Stand With DACA

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The Resilience Of Victoria Williams

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