Bay County Prepares To Protects LGBT People

By |2014-01-09T09:00:00-05:00January 9th, 2014|Michigan, News|

On Jan.7 Bay County’s Ways and Means Committee will consider an ordinance recommendation requiring the County government and all contractors not to discriminate against people based on sexual orientation or gender identity. If approved the ordinance will go to the full County Commission on Jan. 14 for a vote.
Jon Hoadley of Unity Michigan is happy to see Bay County moving forward with the ordinance. “This shows we have Michigan momentum,” Hoadley said.
Those who wish to advance a local nondiscrimination ordinance where they live can get involved by visiting http://www.DontChangeYourself.com.

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