Salt Lake City Mayor Asks for LGBT Protection Feed Back


Click here ro respond to Mayor Mayor Ralph Becker request for feedback on the proposed city ordinance that includes protections for sexual orientation and gender identity and expression.

Source Examiner.com

On Top Magazine is reporting that Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker has been circulating a proposal for a new city ordinance that includes protections for sexual orientation and gender identity and expression.”

“The public discussion draft, titled “Overview of Possible Salt Lake City Non-Discrimination Ordinance”, is based on a July 2009 report by the Salt Lake City Human Rights Commission that “provides further factual confirmation of the harms caused by discriminatory practices.”

“If the ordinance is passed as written, it would represent a significant step forward in a city that has been dogged by contoversy over the past year, specifically due to the actions of the Mormon church, a large proponent of California’s Proposition 8 same-sex marriage ban. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints recently detained a gay couple for kissing on their private property, leading to their arrest for trespassing. The charges against the couple were dropped, but the incident garnerned negative national attention to the church and the city.”

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