A male-to-female transgender woman was locked out of her bank account in 2018 because a phone operator thought she sounded like a man.
A same sex couple was qualified for a mortgage, but a lending institution decided to deny them because gay marriage had just been legalized and the bank wasn’t sure how it was going to work out.
On Monday, the state approved a charter for Superbia Credit Union. Myles Meyers, founder and CEO of New York-based Superbia Services, said in a post on LinkedIn that contained a photo of the signing of the executive order to approve the launch of the credit union,
— Joan's Rules! ⚖️🛡️⚔️⚔️⚔️ (@BelievnTheDream) September 10, 2019
This week @GovWhitmer & I joined the signing ceremony to charter the first new credit union in MIchigan in 30+ years.
— Senator Jeremy Moss (@JeremyAllenMoss) September 12, 2019