The Ugandan Constitutional Court dismissed the Anti-Homosexuality Bill asserting it had been unlawfully passed by parliament.  The Court said that technically the vote cast on the Bill lacked the necessary quorum to have been passed into law, meaning that the Bill was invalid. The Bill which was introduced to parliament in 2009, and signed into law in February of 2014 impacted the lives of homosexual people in Uganda, but also trans and intersex people’s lives were in danger.