When civil rights attorney Milo Primeaux read the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in favor of workplace protections for LGBTQ workers on Monday, he said he cried.
Primeaux said this is a victory for the movement.
“This community has so historically and systematically been kicked down and oppressed by the government and by communities in so many myriad ways,” he said.
Primeaux’s practice focuses on LGBTQ legal matters. The ruling came days after the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services revoked health care and health insurance protections for LGBTQ people.