Scottsdale, Arizona May Proceed with LGBT Protections, After All Arizona Daily Star • August 30, 2015 SCOTTSDALE — The Scottsdale City Council might reconsider moving forward on a law that would protect the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. In March, the majority of council members chose not to pursue an anti-discrimination ordinance for LGBT members, saying the measure coul
Arizona Residents Gather in Support of LGBT Non-Discrimination Ordinance Human Rights Campaign • August 17, 2015 At a community meeting last week in Glendale, Arizona, more than 35 people came together to discuss a potential city ordinance to protect LGBT residents and visitors from discrimination. Glendale Councilwoman Lauren Tolachoff hosted the meeting, drawing residents, business and faith leaders from a
Lobbyist Herrod: Arizona Religious Freedom Law ‘May Be Needed’ Arizona Central • February 27, 2015 The head of the lobbying group behind last year’s controversial Senate Bill 1062 said Arizonans should “stay tuned” to see if similar legislation is needed to allow people to “be free to live and work according to their faith.” Continue reading here.