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The Baton Rouge Metro Council is again contemplating an anti-discrimination measure supported by the gay community, but it’s unclear how the proposal will fare when council members cast their votes.
The “fairness ordinance,” as it has been dubbed by its supporters, seeks to ban discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodations based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sex, veterans status, gender identity or sexual orientation. It doesn’t apply to religious groups, private clubs and restrooms, and those who violate it are given a “good faith” one-time pass before alleged victims of discrimination could bring a lawsuit in district court.
On another subject, what has happened to Radical Centrist? Are you out there, man?
I think they have already been castrated, Jabberwocky.
He actually tried to blame a secretary? What about the other 5 missed deadlines or…