Salt Lake City school district officials are scheduled to vote on whether to amend an antibias policy to include sexual orientation, though LGBT advocates have pushed for the board to include also gender identity among its antidiscrmination measures.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that the school board will vote to amend the policy during a Tuesday evening meeting.
Salt Lake City has passed a sexual orientation and gender identity antidiscrimination ordinance for housing and employment -- the first city in Utah to do so.
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