by Chris Black
The Polish government is reversing its anti-LGBT laws out of fear of losing European Union funding.
Expect similar to happen in Hungary.
More than 100 Polish provinces and municipalities passed anti-gay and anti-trans resolutions in 2019, declaring themselves "LGBT-free."
Now, they're backing down after the EU threatened to cut off funding.t.co/GpJ1LDFV4B
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