SHR 2012

You are viewing the 2012 Edition of Sexual Health Rankings

About This Indicator


RELATED TO

Autonomy
Reproductive choice
Inequity/violence
Pleasure/satisfaction
STIs and HIV/AIDS

This indicator represents whether state law addresses bias or hate crimes based on sexual orientation and/or gender identity.

SOURCE
Maps of State Laws & Policies. Washington, DC: The Human Rights Campaign. June 25, 2012.

Status of state laws addressing bias or hate crimes based on sexual orientation and gender identity

Rank
State
# Laws or Policies in Effect (#/2)
Score
3Alabama0-1.096
3Alaska0-1.096
2Arizona10.119
3Arkansas0-1.096
1California21.335
1Colorado21.335
1Connecticut21.335
2Delaware10.119
1District of Columbia21.335
2Florida10.119
3Georgia0-1.096
1Hawaii21.335
3Idaho0-1.096
2Illinois10.119
3Indiana0-1.096
2Iowa10.119
2Kansas10.119
2Kentucky10.119
2Louisiana10.119
2Maine10.119
1Maryland21.335
1Massachusetts21.335
3Michigan0-1.096
1Minnesota21.335
3Mississippi0-1.096
1Missouri21.335
3Montana0-1.096
2Nebraska10.119
2Nevada10.119
2New Hampshire10.119
1New Jersey21.335
1New Mexico21.335
2New York10.119
3North Carolina0-1.096
3North Dakota0-1.096
3Ohio0-1.096
3Oklahoma0-1.096
1Oregon21.335
3Pennsylvania0-1.096
1Rhode Island21.335
3South Carolina0-1.096
3South Dakota0-1.096
2Tennessee10.119
2Texas10.119
3Utah0-1.096
1Vermont21.335
3Virginia0-1.096
1Washington21.335
3West Virginia0-1.096
2Wisconsin10.119
3Wyoming0-1.096

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