Obama to sign executive order blocking internet ads for companies that oppose LGBTQ rights

Obama to sign executive order blocking internet ads for companies that oppose LGBTQ rights

President Barack Obama is expected to sign an executive order Friday that will block internet advertising from companies that support same-sex marriage, a move that could be a game-changer in a legal battle over the legality of marriage equality in the United States.

The order is expected in the form of a memorandum, and could be made public by the White House in the coming days.

“In the wake of the Supreme Court decision striking down bans on same-gender marriage, the American people deserve a level playing field, one that recognizes the dignity and worth of all human beings, and protects them from discrimination and oppression,” Obama said in a statement.

Obama is expected at the WhiteHouse to sign the executive order, which he has called the “most significant action” to end discrimination against LGBT Americans in the country’s history.

In a tweet, a spokesperson for the White house said, “President Obama’s memorandum will protect the rights of all Americans, not just those who agree with him on LGBT issues.”

Obama will likely sign the order after a meeting with gay and lesbian activists and gay rights advocates, according to the White Houses spokesperson.

Same-sex couples in the U.S. will no longer be able to marry, the president will sign an order barring businesses from discriminating against gay and transgender people, and will also sign an action banning companies from using gender-based slurs or images.

If signed by Obama, the executive action would likely be the most significant move in the fight over same-kind-of-marriage equality in a country where gay and bisexual couples are legally barred from marrying and the U

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