Two Utah cities have passed ordinances banning
discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, the Associated Press reports.
On Tuesday city councils in Murray, a suburb of Salt Lake City, and Moab, in the eastern part of the state, passed the ordinances banning housing and employment discrimination targeting LGBT individuals.
Nine cities and counties in Utah now have LGBT-inclusive antidiscrimination ordinances, including Salt Lake City.
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