Massachusetts House of Representatives Honors Hypnotists Guild for Role in Legislation and Awareness

Massachusetts House of Representatives Honors Hypnotists Guild for Role in Legislation and Awareness

The Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday that would allow transgender people to use the bathroom and locker room of their choice.

The Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday that would allow transgender people to use the bathroom and locker room of their choice.

The Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday that would allow transgender people to use the bathroom and locker room of their choice.

The Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday that would allow transgender people to use the bathroom and locker room of their choice.

December 11, 2014 - Ronald Eldridge was honored by the Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce and received a citation from the Massachusetts House of Representatives, which was given by Rep. Carolyn Dykema. © Mike Torosian

December 11, 2014 - Ronald Eldridge was honored by the Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce and received a citation from the Massachusetts House of Representatives, which was given by Rep. Carolyn Dykema. © Mike Torosian

Robert Havern III 1949-2014,American politician,sat in the Massachusetts house of representatives

Robert Havern III 1949-2014,American politician,sat in the Massachusetts house of representatives

The Massachusetts House of Representatives has passed a bill that legally trades biological sex for gender identity in the state's law.

The Massachusetts House of Representatives has passed a bill that legally trades biological sex for gender identity in the state's law.

Elaine Noble (born January 22, 1944) is an American politician and LGBT activist who served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives for two terms starting in January 1975. She was the first openly lesbian or gay candidate elected to a state legislature.[1] She served two terms as representative for the Fenway-Kenmore and Back Bay neighborhoods of Boston.

Elaine Noble (born January 22, 1944) is an American politician and LGBT activist who served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives for two terms starting in January 1975. She was the first openly lesbian or gay candidate elected to a state legislature.[1] She served two terms as representative for the Fenway-Kenmore and Back Bay neighborhoods of Boston.

Edward Dickinson (1803 - 1874). Emily's father.  Politician, lawyer.  Education : Amherst Academy, Yale College, Northampton Law School. Treasurer of Amherst College, Massachusetts House of Representatives, and Massachusetts Senate.

Edward Dickinson (1803 - 1874). Emily's father. Politician, lawyer. Education : Amherst Academy, Yale College, Northampton Law School. Treasurer of Amherst College, Massachusetts House of Representatives, and Massachusetts Senate.

Paulist Fr. Robert Quinn during a tribute to President John F. Kennedy.  Fr. Quinn served as chaplain to the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

Paulist Fr. Robert Quinn during a tribute to President John F. Kennedy. Fr. Quinn served as chaplain to the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

Elaine Noble (1944-c.) was elected in 1975 to Massachusetts' House of Representatives, making her the first ever openly-LGBT official elected to a state legislative branch.

Elaine Noble (1944-c.) was elected in 1975 to Massachusetts' House of Representatives, making her the first ever openly-LGBT official elected to a state legislative branch.

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