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LGBT Rights Ordinance Back for Flagstaff?

LGBT Rights Ordinance Back for Flagstaff?


Activists in Flagstaff, Ariz. have asked the city council to reconsider an LGBT civil rights ordinance that was defeated in 2009.

Two years ago, the council adopted a resolution of inclusion that carries no force of law. It rejected a measure that would have added protections for sexual orientation and gender identity in employment, housing, public accommodations, and education.

According to the Arizona Daily Sun, the ordinance may be considered again soon.

"No decision was reached on Tuesday night, but City Manager Kevin Burke will discuss the possibility of reconsideration with each councilmember in the near future," reports the Sun.

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