Out and Equal, an organization dedicated to measuring and extending equality within the workplace and business world, used date compiled from across the country to create a map that skews the representation of states in accordance with their approach to LGBT people.
The markers used were family status, non-discrimination policies, safety, health, and the ability to appropriately self-identify on ID cards and documentation.
The two worst states in the union, it was found, are Tennessee and Alabama.
2015 was a year of great progress for LGBT rights in the U.S., but there is still have a long way to go.
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