Versailles passes Fairness Ordinance prohibiting LGBTQ discrimination
VERSAILLES, Ky. (WTVQ) – Versailles became the fourteenth city in Kentucky to pass a Fairness Ordinance prohibiting LGBTQ discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations, according to the Fairness Campaign.
The Versailles City Council vote was 3-to-2 on Tuesday, according to the Fairness Campaign.
Versailles became the fourth city to adopt the ordinance this year, joining Georgetown, Dayton and Henderson.
Thirteen other Kentucky cities have adopted local Fairness Ordinances, covering nearly 30-percent of the state’s population.
In addition to the four cities previously named, others with a Fairness Ordinance include Lexington, Louisville, Covington, Vicco, Frankfort, Morehead, Danville, Midway, Paducah and Maysville.