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All posts for the month June, 2014

Sterling, Michigan Passes Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Equality Michigan on June 19, 2014

Sterling became the latest city in Michigan to pass an ordinance banning discrimination against people based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. Michigan has also been working to pass a statewide law protecting LGBT people regardless of where in the state they live. Read more about this local victory at Equality Michigan.

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Appleton, Wisconsin Passes Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Fair Wisconsin on June 18, 2014 Appleton_Facing_West

The City of Appleton became the third city in Wisconsin to pass fully gender-inclusive non discrimination protections. Wisconsin is one of three states that allows discrimination against transgender people in employment and housing, and one of four states that allows discrimination against transgender people in public accommodations. Read more about the victory at Fair Wisconsin.

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North High Shoals, Georgia Town Council Votes Unanimously in Favor of Inclusive Employment Protections

Georgia Equality on June 17, 2014 Unknown

Georgia Equality applauds the North High Shoals Town Council for their leadership and commitment to freedom and opportunity. The unanimous passage of The Equal Employment Opportunity Ordinance ensures that all hardworking people applying for employment or employed by the town of North High Shoals, including gay and transgender people, have a chance to earn a […]

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Victor, Idaho Passes Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Boise Weekly on June 12, 2014

Victor, Idaho, near the Wyoming border, became the latest of nine states to pass an ordinance banning discrimination against people based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. The town’s city council unanimously approved a measure that added employment, housing and public accommodation protections to LGBT people. Read more about the victory at Boise Weekly.

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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Passes Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Qnotes on June 10, 2014 Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Myrtle Beach passed the state’s most comprehensive LGBT protections to date. While other cities and counties, including Columbia and Charleston, have pass LGBT-inclusive protections, Myrtle Beach’s human rights ordinance was amended to prohibit discrimination against LGBT people in “housing, employment, city services and programs, law enforcement, education and public accommodations.” Read more about the victory […]

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Fenton, Michigan Passes Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Farmington-Farmington Hills Patch on June 9, 2014

Canton became the latest city in Michigan to pass an ordinance banning discrimination against people based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. Read more about this local victory at Farmington-Farmington Hills Patch.

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Bozeman, Montana Passes Nondiscrimination Ordinance

LGBTQ Nation on June 3, 2014 640px-Bozeman_MT_areal

Bozeman, Montana commissioners voted unanimously to adopt an LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance. Bozeman is the fourth city in the state to protect it’s LGBT residents from discrimination. One county also has protections. Read more about this victory at LGBTQ Nation.

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