The New Jersey State Bar Association has come under criticism for its plans to hold its midyear meeting in Key West in spite of laws and policies in Florida that many say are hostile to the LGBTQ+ community.

Celeste Fiore, the association’s LGBTQ+ representative on the trustee board, resigned from the association after its vote to proceed with the Key West meeting despite calls to cancel it.

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