Richmond: Possible Fairness Law To Protect Same-Sex Discrimination

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Updated: 8/14/2012 7:29 pm
Lexington has enforced a local fairness law for more than a decade.
Following numerous incidents, including when a lesbian couple was kicked out of a park a few weeks ago, the Richmond City Commission asked Ray Sexton, the Executive Director of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission, to speak at their monthly meeting to help dispel some of the myths surrounding this ordnance.
The actually voting process could be a while down the road, but Mr. Sexton, tells ABC36 that at least a couple of members are on board with the passage.
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